Worshipping the Lamb

2014 Doxology and Theology Conference


Have you become unaffected by the Cross? In this 54-minute session from the 2014 Doxology and Theology Conference, Bob Kauflin shares three reasons why the Cross is at the heart of God-honoring worship. Bob Kauflin is Director of Sovereign Grace Music where he oversees the production of albums and equips pastors and musicians in theology and the practice of congregational worship. He is also a vocalist, songwriter, producer, former pastor, and the author of Worship Matters. 


Bob said, “One of the greatest temptations to those of us familiar with the Cross is to become dull to the Cross.” When has this been a temptation for you, and how could you tell that the Cross had become dull to you? What are some ways you can protect yourself from complacency and labor to be affected by the Cross?
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Bob walked through Revelation 5 to describe three reasons why the Cross is at the heart of God-honoring worship:

Our Savior and His work on Cross is the… 
  1. Means of our worship (Revelation 5:1–7)
  2. Content of our worship (Revelation 5:9–12, Colossians 2:13–15)
  3. Object of our worship  (Revelation 5) 

Bob explained that an unopened scroll meant history would not unfold as planned, leaving all of life directionless. How does this deepen your understanding of the work of Jesus on the Cross?
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Bob said, “Nothing impresses God the Father more about his Son than his sacrificial, substitutionary death.” In what ways does the sacrificial, substitutionary death of Jesus influence your everyday life and worship?
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What was most impactful to you about this message and why? What could you implement from this message in your life and/or ministry this week?
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Bob said, “There will come a day when nothing will seem more important, be more fascinating, more amazing, than gazing upon the Lamb who was slain.” Come, Lord Jesus.  


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