When the church assembles on the Lord's Day, what is it supposed to do? Does Scripture instruct us? Does God provide directions? Or is it up to us? Is it left to ministers and "worship leaders" and worship committees to make things up as we go, settling on whatever they think might be edifying, or exciting, or neat?
Thankfully, God has not left us to our own devices in this most vital of realms. Jesus says we "must" worship in "spirit and truth" (Jn 4:24). Correct worship is not optional: Scripture provides the details, that none should fail to worship with the "reverence and awe" of which God approves (Heb 12:28). In Reformed Worship explore what it means to worship God "according to Scripture."