Why the Style of Worship Music Doesn’t Matter
Many people have an opinion on what style of music churches should play during praise and worship. Some claim hymns are the best; some like anything without a drum beat; some like anything with a drum beat. Some like smoke, lights, and contemporary music while others prefer traditional music and an organ.
I want to encourage you that no matter what style of music your church currently has, you can still connect with God. Worship isn’t about a style of music or entertainment. It is about the attitude of the heart.
Entertainment has value; the lights, smoke, screens, and style of worship can draw the unbeliever, minister to the soul of man, and open the soul of man to the heart of God. Worship, on the other hand, isn’t related to light and music. It is a connection with the heart of God.
Listen to the words of the songs you are singing. Whether fast or slow, if the words are Bible-based, God-filled words, you can always turn entertainment into worship. Take those words and think about what you are saying. Allow your heart to turn what you are singing into worship so you can connect with God and change your life.
So the next time you or someone you know has a question about what type of music should be in a church service, remember it’s not about the style of song or the way it is sung. You can always put the Word of God in your mouth and establish a connection with Him.