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Day 4: Worship as One

Does your church (really) worships as one? Worshiping together in unity can be difficult. God gave each of us unique ideas, gifts, thoughts and opinions. Disagreements about a particular direction to go as a church or

how to worship can rip apart believers. How does a church, filled with differing opinions,

worship together in harmony?

PAGE #66 / Study Questions:

  1. How do you worship through the differences?
  2. Can you agree to disagree?
  3. As the Church, what does your local worship service say to the outside world?

Ephesians 4:2-3; Ephesians 4:12-13; Psalm 133:1

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