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  • We are not bound by the old testament law
    I completely understand (Psalms 150)
    Obviously there are some Instruments that didn’t exist within that time period and people at that moment just don’t have that type of technology we have today but the bible does say that people do things just to be seen already has their reward.

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  • Yes, we are not bound by the Old Testament Law – that includes Psalm 150. Everywhere in the New Testament when it comes to praising God, we see the disciples singing.

    Acts 16:25 – Paul and Silas prayed and sang hymns to God. Ephesians 5:19 – We are to speak to one another in psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs. Colossians 3:16 – We’re supposed to sing with grace in our hearts to the Lord. Matthew 26:30 – The disciples and Jesus sung a hymn.

    So all the commands and examples we have from the New Testament are of singing, not doing the things that are mentioned in Psalm 150. We must not add mechanical instruments to our worship just because we have them and want to. We have to follow and do the commands of the New Testament. Would you agree that we must not add anything to God’s Word?


  • That’s great! I think we should not use them whether the lights are on or off.


  • “We must not add mechanical instruments”
    I Completely understand that we need to prioritize Worshiping in the spirit and in the truth. End of story.

    We do not need mechanical instruments as we do not have carnal desires.

    When the power was out we still had church service and I still enjoyed my
    self and the point I trying to make is that we should worship in the spirt and in the truth because that is what the Bible says and also to obey the gospels.

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  • Awesome! Then I’m glad that we agree. 😊


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