Christian worship

"We don’t have to please God in any other way than to be brutally honest," he said.
Jesus never promised us a risk-free faith. Rather, he offered us a life filled with meaning, provided we would embrace the perfect love he offered that promised to cast out such fear.
The liturgy of Trayvon Martin reminds us that in our quest for justice against all forms of injustice and prejudice we must remain sweet, not bitter, lest we become what we oppose.
Has our style of worship become more important than the substance of worship? Has having a good time in church become more important than living a good, disciplined and empowered life?