1. Sing of Jesus’ Easter victory for you, and watch Satan flee with his worries and cares!
  2. The only way to change the current state of worship songwriting and production is to create something different.
  3. Chad unpacks this call for all nations to make a joyful noise to the Lord. Izzi Ray sings "Under Your mercy".
  4. Many people have struggled to understand Leviticus and Old Testament worship in general. Here is a handbook or map to navigate these subjects, and to see their relationship to Christ and his saving work.
  5. This is an excerpt from the prologue of “On Any Given Sunday: The Story of Christ in the Divine Service” by Mike Berg (1517 Publishing, 2023).
  6. Adoration of the Lamb
  7. Gretchen Ronnevik and Katie Koplin continue their conversation with historian Dan vanVoorhis about the history of revivals.
  8. The earliest followers of God sang their faith, which is no different today as we sing of the hope we have in Jesus.
  9. Psalm 98, with its promise of a sea and mountains singing, takes these imposing natural features and turns them into a praise choir.
  10. Caleb is joined by two members of 1517's junior fellowship, John Hoyum and Philip Bartelt, to give a rundown of Lutheran worship.
  11. The worship service is less like servants entering the throne room to wait on the king’s needs and more like a father joining his family around the dining room table.

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