Acceptable Worship - Part 3
Acceptable Worship - Part 3
Hebrews 12:18–29
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Sunday Morning Service,  March 9, 2014

The author of Hebrews calls upon believers not only to be faithful to God, but most importantly to draw near to God in worship. In this wonderful text which draws together many of the theological themes of Hebrews, we are exhorted to “come to God” (vv. 18, 22), not to “refuse him” (v. 25), but to offer to God “acceptable worship” (v. 28). What is “acceptable” worship?

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