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Letting the Gospel Shape our Gathered Worship (supporting slides)

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Supporting slides for a workshop presented by William Chong on 13 October 2012, at the Stand for the Gospel Conference held at Howick Baptist Church. More info at: http://www.standforthegospel.org/resources/audio/

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Letting the Gospel Shape our Gathered Worship (supporting slides)

  1. 1. Letting theGospel Shapeour GatheredWorshipSTAND 2012 ConferenceWorkshop
  2. 2. STAND 2012 Workshop – William Chong “Whether or not one intends to, our worship patterns always communicate something.”– Bryan Chappell, Christ-Centered Worship, 15.
  3. 3. STAND 2012 Workshop – William ChongMy main points todayA. What should we shape our gathered worship by?B. Why should we do this?C. How can we do this?
  4. 4. STAND 2012 Workshop – William ChongMy presuppositions Gospel = propositional truth (1 Cor 15, Rom 5:6-8, John 3:16, etc.) Worship = not only the music, but every proper response to God (Rom. 12:1-2) Gathered worship = worship service, corporate worship, Sunday meeting
  5. 5. STAND 2012 Workshop – William Chong
  6. 6. Planning for Sundaymorning…
  7. 7. STAND 2012 Workshop – William ChongThe big picture… “We never move on from the cross, only into a more profound understanding of it.” - David Prior, Message of 1 Corinthians: Life in the Local Church, 51.
  8. 8. STAND 2012 Workshop – William ChongThe big picture… “If you wish to deepen the worship of the people of God, above all deepen their grasp of his ineffable majesty in his person and in all his works.” - DA Carson, Worship By the Book.
  9. 9. STAND 2012 Workshop – William ChongThe big picture… “Just as preaching represents the gospelin word, and as the sacraments representthe gospel in symbol, so also our liturgy represents the gospel in structure.” – Bryan Chappell, Christ-Centered Worship, 119.
  10. 10. STAND 2012 Workshop – William ChongIsaiah’s Gospel Worship(Isaiah 6:1-13)1. God’s character recognised (vv. 1-4)2. Human character confessed (v. 5)3. God’s grace exhibited, assured (vv. 6-7)4,5. Response of thankful devotion (v. 8)6. Instruction for obedience (vv. 9-12)8. Promise of covenant blessing (v. 13)– Bryan Chappell, Christ-Centered Worship,103.1. Adoration; 2. Confession/Repentance; 3. Assurance in Christ; 4. Thanksgiving;5. Petition/Intercession; 6. Instruction; 7. Communion/Fellowship; 8. Charge/Blessing
  11. 11. STAND 2012 Workshop – William ChongSolomon’s Worship(Temple dedication, 2 Chron. 5–7)1. Solomon gathers the people with the glories of the temple (5:1-5)2. The people acknowledge sin with sacrifice, place of atonementreassembled (5:6-10)3. People assured of God’s goodness by priests, God (5:11-14)4. Solomon gives thanks to God (6:1-11)5. Solomon petitions God to care for people (6:12-21)6. Solomon instructions the people from God’s Word while praying(6:22-42)7. People communed with God and each other (7:1-9)8. Solomon dismisses the joyful people (7:10)– Bryan Chappell, Christ-Centered Worship, 104–5.1. Adoration; 2. Confession/Repentance; 3. Assurance in Christ; 4. Thanksgiving;5. Petition/Intercession; 6. Instruction; 7. Communion/Fellowship; 8. Charge/Blessing
  12. 12. STAND 2012 Workshop – William ChongResponding to God’s grace(Ephesians)1,4. Thankful for God’s character and works (Eph. 1)2. Hopeless without Christ (Eph. 2:1–3)3. Hope in Christ – “But God…” (Eph. 2:4–10)6. Instruction in godliness – unity, gifts, holy living,submission, standing firm (Eph. 2:11–6:18)5. (in between) petition to grow up in every way(Eph. 3:15)8. Charge to stand firm in God’s armour (Eph. 6:10–22)8. Benediction (6:23-24)– Bryan Chappell, Christ-Centered Worship, 110–111. (adapted)1. Adoration; 2. Confession/Repentance; 3. Assurance in Christ; 4. Thanksgiving;5. Petition/Intercession; 6. Instruction; 7. Communion/Fellowship; 8. Charge/Blessing
  13. 13. STAND 2012 Workshop – William ChongSpiritual Worship(Romans 11–15)1. God’s character recognised (11:33-36)2. Our need of mercy acknowledged (12:1, prev.)3. Assurance of mercy (12:1, prev.)4,5. Thankfully Seek Renewal (12:2)6. Instruction in new obedience (12:3-13:14)7. Instruction in “one-another” communal care(14;1-15:12)8. Charge and benediction (15:13)– Bryan Chappell, Christ-Centered Worship, 110. (adapted)1. Adoration; 2. Confession/Repentance; 3. Assurance in Christ; 4. Thanksgiving;5. Petition/Intercession; 6. Instruction; 7. Communion/Fellowship; 8. Charge/Blessing
  14. 14. STAND 2012 Workshop – William Chong Historical Liturgies1.2.3. 1. Adoration; 2. Confession/Repentance; 3. Assurance in Christ; 4. Thanksgiving; 5. Petition/Intercession; 6. Instruction; 7. Communion/Fellowship; 8. Charge/Blessing
  15. 15. STAND 2012 Workshop – William Chong Historical Liturgies4. 5. 1. Adoration; 2. Confession/Repentance; 3. Assurance in Christ; 4. Thanksgiving; 5. Petition/Intercession; 6. Instruction; 7. Communion/Fellowship; 8. Charge/Blessing
  16. 16. STAND 2012 Workshop – William Chong Historical Liturgies5.6.8,7. 1. Adoration; 2. Confession/Repentance; 3. Assurance in Christ; 4. Thanksgiving; 5. Petition/Intercession; 6. Instruction; 7. Communion/Fellowship; 8. Charge/Blessing
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  18. 18. STAND 2012 Workshop – William ChongGospel shaped worship1. Adoration2. Confession/Repentance3. Assurance in Christ4. Thanksgiving5. Petition/Intercession6. Instruction7. Communion/Fellowship8. Charge/Blessing– Bryan Chappell, Christ-Centered Worship, 126.
  19. 19. STAND 2012 Workshop – William Chong Modified Presbyterian1. 2. 7. 6. 7. 3. 7. 4,6. 8. 5. Source: DA Carson, Worship By the Book, 227.
  20. 20. STAND 2012 Workshop – William Chong Blended Baptist 4.1.7. 5.1. 6.2.3. 8. Source: www.hopeingod.org/document/orders-worship 1. Adoration; 2. Confession/Repentance; 3. Assurance in Christ; 4. Thanksgiving; 5. Petition/Intercession; 6. Instruction; 7. Communion/Fellowship; 8. Charge/Blessing
  21. 21. STAND 2012 Workshop – William Chong Neo-liturgical Baptist 1. Call to Worship: 1 Chron. 16:31-36 o “Come Ye Sinners” – Joseph Hart 2. Confession: Psalm 139:23-24 o “Water and the Blood” – Isaac Watts o “Majesty (Here I Am)” – Martin Smith 3,7. Assurance/Passing of Peace: Titus 3:3-7 4. Giving 4,6. Sermon 7. Communion: “Jesus, Saviour, Pilot Me” 5,8. Scripture Reading: Hebrews 12:1-2 o “The Wonderful Cross” o “Beautiful Saviour” 8. BenedictionSource: http://www.sojournmusic.com/2012/02/psalms-hymns-spiritual-songs-sojourns-set-list-2-19-2012/
  22. 22. STAND 2012 Workshop – William Chong Contemporary 4.7. 7.1.2. 5.3. 6.4. 7,8. Source: email correspondence with Eric McAllister, Music Assistant at Covenant Life Church.1. Adoration; 2. Confession/Repentance; 3. Assurance in Christ; 4. Thanksgiving; 5. Petition/Intercession;6. Instruction; 7. Communion/Fellowship; 8. Charge/Blessing
  23. 23. STAND 2012 Workshop – William ChongGospel shaped worship1. Adoration2. Confession/Repentance3. Assurance in Christ4. Thanksgiving5. Petition/Intercession6. Instruction7. Communion/Fellowship8. Charge/Blessing– Bryan Chappell, Christ-Centered Worship, 126.
  24. 24. STAND 2012 Workshop – William Chong“We design our worship to proclaim the gospel so that others can see his glory dancing in our hearts – and join the dance.” – Bryan Chappell, Christ-Centered Worship, 155.
  25. 25. STAND 2012 Workshop – William ChongFurther study: theology andliturgy DA Carson, Timothy Keller, Mark Ashton, Kent Hughes. Worship By the Book. (Zondervan, 2002). Bryan Chappell, Christ-Centered Worship: Letting the Gospel Shape our Practice. (Baker Academic, 2009). David Peterson, Engaging with God: A Biblical Theology of Worship. (IVP, 1992). Harold Best. Unceasing Worship. (IVP, 2003).
  26. 26. STAND 2012 Workshop – William ChongFurther study: anyoneinterested in worship CJ Mahaney. Living the Cross Centered Life. (Multnomah, 2006). Vaughan Roberts. True Worship. (Authentic Lifestyle, 2002). Bob Kauflin. Worship Matters. (Crossway, 2008). Sally McCall, Rosalie Milne (eds). Church Musician’s Handbook. (Matthias Media, 1999).

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