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Gravity and Gladness DVD

DVD|Jun 2010
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This DVD will help small groups journey toward a better understanding of how seriousness and happiness blend in godly worship. ^^What does the Bible say about corporate worship? What is worship in the first place? ...


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This DVD will help small groups journey toward a better understanding of how seriousness and happiness blend in godly worship.

^^What does the Bible say about corporate worship? What is worship in the first place? So what should our worship look like? Is there a balance -worship that is both solemn and joyful? The stark differences in worship styles between churches leads to much confusion. Services with flippant worship cause us to miss the majesty and magnificence of God. On the other hand, stiff-necked worship doesn't recognize that God is actually happy, and that we are called to be happy as well.
^^Yes! Gravity in worship doesn't mean being stern or grim. And gladness in worship doesn't mean being frivolous or superficial. If our God is both inestimably glorious and infinitely happy, our worship will have both gravity and gladness, both substance and satisfaction.


^^In this twelve-session seminar, John Piper looks to the Bible to help individuals and churches discover the true nature of worship. Join Piper as he calls Christians to worship God daily with gravity and gladness.


^^This DVD of the seminar is especially designed for Bible studies and community groups. (Companion Study Guide sold separately)^
-Publisher.




This study guide and DVD will help small groups journeytoward a better understanding of how seriousness and happinessblend in godly worship.


What does the Bible say about corporate worship? What isworshipin the first place? The stark differences inworship styles between churches leads to much confusion. Serviceswith flippant worship cause us to miss the majesty and magnificenceof God. On the other hand, stiff-necked worship doesn&'trecognize that God is actually happy, and that we arecalled to be happy as well. So what shouldour worshiplook like? Is there a balance&-worship that is both solemnandjoyful?


Yes! Gravity in worship doesn&'t mean being stern or grim.And gladness in worship doesn&'t mean being frivolous orsuperficial. If our God is both inestimably glorious and infinitelyhappy, our worship will have bothgravity and gladness,both substance and satisfaction.


In this twelve-session seminar, John Piper looks to the Bible tohelp individuals and churches discover the true nature of worship.Join Piper as he calls Christians to worship God daily with gravityand gladness.


This DVD of the seminar and its accompanying study guide areespecially designed for Bible studies and community groups.


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-Publisher

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This study guide and DVD will help small groups journeytoward a better understanding of how seriousness and happinessblend in godly worship.


What does the Bible say about corporate worship? What isworship in the first place? The stark differences inworship styles between churches leads to much confusion. Serviceswith flippant worship cause us to miss the majesty and magnificenceof God. On the other hand, stiff-necked worship doesn'trecognize that God is actually happy, and that we arecalled to be happy as well. So what should our worshiplook like? Is there a balance-worship that is both solemnand joyful?


Yes! Gravity in worship doesn't mean being stern or grim.And gladness in worship doesn't mean being frivolous orsuperficial. If our God is both inestimably glorious and infinitelyhappy, our worship will have both gravity and gladness,both substance and satisfaction.


In this twelve-session seminar, John Piper looks to the Bible tohelp individuals and churches discover the true nature of worship.Join Piper as he calls Christians to worship God daily with gravityand gladness.


This DVD of the seminar and its accompanying study guide areespecially designed for Bible studies and community groups.




-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 305128
  • Product Code 9781433515071
  • ISBN 1433515075
  • EAN 9781433515071
  • Department Ministry
  • Category Ministry Resources
  • Sub-Category Courses
  • Publisher Crossway
  • Publication Date Jun 2010
  • Sales Rank 71052
  • Dimensions 190 x 111 x 14mm
  • Weight 0.116kg

John Piper

John Stephen Piper was born 11 January 1946 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, to Bill and Ruth Piper. The Pipers soon moved to Greenville, South Carolina, where John spent his growing-up years. His father was an itinerant evangelist who also ministered through international radio and Bible courses. John has written a tribute to his mother, who died in 1974, in the booklet, What's the Difference (Crossway Books, 1990) which is also chapter one of the book, Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood (Crossway Books, 1991).

At Wheaton College (1964-68), John majored in Literature and minored in Philosophy. Studying Romantic Literature with Clyde Kilby stimulated the poetic side of his nature and today he regularly writes poems to celebrate special family occasions and rich, biblical truths. At Wheaton John also met Noel Henry whom he married in 1968.

Following college, John completed a Bachelor of Divinity degree at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California (1968-71). While at Fuller, John discovered the writings of Jonathan Edwards.

John did his doctoral work in New Testament Studies at the University of Munich, Munich, West Germany (1971-74). His dissertation, Love Your Enemies, was published by Cambridge University Press and Baker Book House (and is now available through Crossway). Upon completion of his doctorate, he went on to teach Biblical Studies at Bethel College in St. Paul, Minnesota for six years (1974-80).

In 1980, sensing an irresistible call to preach, John became the senior pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he ministered for 33 years, until 2013. Together with his people, John was dedicated to spreading a passion for the supremacy of God in all things for the joy of all peoples through Jesus Christ - a mission he continues now for the wider church through the ministry of desiringGod.org. John says of his ministry:
"The ministry of preaching is the central labor of my life. My prayer is that through that ministry and everything else I do the great glory of our God and Savior Jesus Christ would be magnified as more and more people come to live out the obedience of faith more and more deeply."

John is the author of over 50 books and now frequently travels to speak, and writes regularly, through Desiring God.

John and Noel have four sons, a daughter, and twelve grandchildren.

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