Posted by Craig Borlase on 14 August 2015

Check out this classic from John Wimber, recorded way back in the days when floral shirts were not ironic.

Worship’s not for us, it’s for Him.

Sounds simple, doesn’t it? But think back to the last time you felt yourself switch off when the band simply wasn’t cutting it.

Bring to mind the last session where you knew you were going through the motions with your lips and lungs while your head and heart were miles away.

What about that conference slot that you knew you were avoiding because you just didn’t fancy it.

It’s not for us. It’s for Him.

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