HB Charles Jr. warns Christians against participating in 'man-centered entertainment masquerading as worship'
By The Christian Post
ANAHEIM, California – H.B. Charles Jr., pastor of Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church in Jacksonville, said that while corporate worship shouldn’t resemble a “funeral,” Christians must refrain from participating in “man-centered entertainment masquerading as worship.”
During a sermon delivered at the National Religious Broadcasters’ International Christian Media Convention last month, Charles said that the biblical instruction to “rejoice with trembling” in Psalm 2 is “one of the most succinct definitions of worship in Scripture.”
“When we worship God together, it shouldn’t be like a funeral or sitting in the doctor’s office or being stuck in traffic. We should rejoice,” he said.
Source:The Christian Post