Formal vs. Daily Worship
What is the most important part of Christian formal worship services? Is it fellowship? Prayer? Praise? Communion? Sermon? Do we as Christians focus to much on formal worship and neglect daily worship? Does the church stress enough the importance of knowing Jesus personally, daily? If not, why not? Does the church stress enough the importance of being living worship or sacrifices to God? If not, why not? Does the church stress enough the importance of taking care of the poor, widows and orphans? If not, why not? I often feel like the things that should be important aren't as important as they aught to be. It is easy for clergy and christians to forget that worship isn't just something we do once or twice a week but daily. Is worship not the way we aught to live? Isn't that true worship?