Topic: Expository Scripture: Colossians 3:1–3:17
Synopsis: Do you want to start a lively discussion among church members? Ask them what they think of their church’s music. Everyone seems to have strong opinions and preferences when it comes to the music we sing and hear in church. Some extol the old hymns for their rich lyrics and familiar melodies. Others yearn for their church to sing the latest praise and worship hits of the top Christians artists. What instrumentation is best? Piano and organ, or drums and guitar or perhaps it’s better to sing everything a capella? Yet in this endless debate over our preferences, we lose sight of a startling fact: when the New Testament describes the church’s singing, it describes it as something we primarily do for one another.