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“…thinking about the worship is a different thing from worshiping”

C. S. Lewis, on why novelty in worship is a distraction.

Michael Riley

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Student of theology, apologetics, and Christian affections. Pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, Wakefield, Michigan.

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