As churchgoers, we’ve been taught (or at least greatly influenced) to put our best face forward when we come to worship.
We wear the mask well. Not just to cover up our inefficiencies but also our dual natures. In worship, especially as worship team members or leaders, we are told to leave all of our problems and issues at the door. Sometimes because of fear, we even hide our sins. Not only that, often times we come in somber-faced as though worship requires a certain kind of poise and dignit...
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