For me, the scariest worship service is one where the congregation waits on God alone to speak and act. The minutes pass, and you can’t fill in your uneasiness by reading the bulletin, because there isn’t one. You can’t wait for the next part of the program to begin, because there is no program. Nothing at all happens unless God speaks, and you can’t break the tension by sharing your own pious or clever thoughts. It won’t work, because the leaders are mature enough to tell if it was God who spoke through you, or man.
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now that’s scary!
but having been in some gatherings like that, whose afraid of being scared?
This is where relationship comes in. The peace of knowing that should you blow it, as we all do, there is grace from God and grace from our … for lack of a better word, family to blow it.