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Leading Worship

By Pentecostal Evangel | January 16, 2013

“Leading worship can be a fragile act. Under the anointing, a worship leader draws the souls of the congregation towards the platform, and then in the twinkling of an eye, he turns them upward towards heaven to confront the face of God. If his timing is just slightly off, his own ego will be brushed with the affections and worship of the saints before it’s fully directed upward.” — Ron Marinari, The Calling (2012), p. 49

Look for an excerpt from this book in the Pentecostal Evangel in March. Ron is the pastor of Church of the Hills in Bedminster, NJ.

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