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Do Not Be Like Cain

December 04, 2022
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The story of Cain is a passage about murder. It’s about family conflict. It’s about jealousy. But the story of Cain is, at its root, about worship.

The story of Cain is a passage about murder. It’s about family conflict. It’s about jealousy. But the story of Cain is, at its root, about worship.

Listen as Teaching Pastor Adam Brock shares four things we learn about worship from the story of Cain.

  1. Proper worship must include substance and spirit.
  2. Proper worship includes true repentance.
  3. Proper worship includes putting sin to death.
  4. Proper worship involves vertical and horizontal relationships. 

Do not be like Cain. Be like Christ, who, for the joy set before him, endured the cross. Christ is our example and our hope. Although sin always is crouching at the door, for those in Christ, sin has been defeated. May we now worship as a people who have been radically transformed by the power of the gospel!

Also see Does Worship Affect Our Relationships?

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Don’t be like Cain. Be like Christ, who, for the joy set before him, endured the cross. Christ is our example and our hope. Although sin always is crouching at the door, for those in Christ, sin has been defeated. May we now worship as a people who have been radically transformed by the power of the gospel! 

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