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Review of Plugging Into Real Worship

June 4, 2011

by Mihir Shah

Andrew Logan, Sr.’s Plugging into Real Worship is an intriguing and informative text delving into the principles of Christian worship. In crystal-clear fashion, Logan deftly goes through the benefits of obedience and the consequences of disobedience. Using numerous biblical stories to affirm his argument, Andrew Logan, Sr. describes worship as “an active demonstration of a heart connection with God, whereby one expresses deep adoration and reverence.”

In a world where individuals are increasingly uncertain, reluctant, and unsure of what relevance worship has in modern society, Plugging into Real Worship demonstrates the lasting transformation of basking in God’s spirituality. Meant for everyone, this treatise is for those who lack a complete understanding or view worship with nothing more than ambiguity, indifference, and tolerance.

Andrew Logan, Sr. draws on his twenty years of experience to compile a list of twelve reasons to worship. From expressing gratitude and sanctifying ourselves to closing the door to sin and paving the way to a fruitful life, worship results in mercy, compassion, protection, and victory. Plugging into Real Worship lays the foundation of a meaningful relationship with God. In the best or worst of times, entering into the act of worship yields a comfort, healing, peace, and security from communicating with the Creator.

The aspect of Plugging into Real Worship that readers will appreciate most is the use of biblical stories to convey the need to worship. The audience will enjoy stories ranging from Job’s unyielding worship to God’s role in helping King Jehoshaphat and the people of Judah prevail victoriously against the invading Moabites, Ammonites, and the Edomites.

In the modern world, individuals have mastered the art of finding loopholes and rationalizations to disobey–and feel good about it. To make matters worse, many pastors and their ministries are raising their own status above God, and thus, preventing churchgoers from being blessed with true worship.

Ultimately, Andrew Logan, Sr.’s Plugging into Real Worship is a must read that provides invaluable insight into authentic worship and why worship is necessary. It has the power to inspire renewed belief in God and clarify the stance of indifferent individuals regarding worship.

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