How is the Bible used in Worship?
|Hymns||Most Hymns and songs are based on the Bible|
|Banners/Posters||Many churches have banners with Bible verses on inside and outside of the Church|
|Communion||The act of communion is based on the story of Jesus' Last Supper in the Bible|
|Liturgy||Almost all liturgy is Bible based|
|Prayer||They are usually based on the Bible and the example of prayer set by Jesus - the Lord's Prayer|
|Sermons||99% of sermons are based on a passage from the Bible|
|Weddings||A church wedding without a Bible reading? Never!|
The Bible is generally read.
|Christening||Often a Bible passage is 'given' to the child as well as an actual Bible.|
|Sunday School||Children are taught the stories and sometimes learn verses.|
|Assembly||Did you know the law of Britain says every school pupil must have a "daily act of worship"? You may not but many assemblies use the Bible for 'worship'.|
|Personal||Many Christians read their Bible every day as an act of worship. They may meditate over a passage (I mean they think about it, not the Buddhist type!) or may learn parts of it.|
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