Religious christianity practices.

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Christian practices


"Our father in heaven haoowed be your name. Your kingdom come your will be dome on earth as it is in heaven. Hive us today your daily bread forvie us of our trespasses..." - Bible 

"If anyone has material possesions and sees his brother or sister in need but has no pity on them. How can the love of God be in them?" - John (bible)

"Therefore go and make diciples of all nations baptising them in the name of the father the son and the holy spirit." - Matt (bible)

"This is body which is given to you: do this in remebrance of me, this cup is the covanent in ky blood: do this, whenever you drink it, in rembrnce of me." - Corinthians

"Blessed are those who are persucuted becuse of righteousness for their is the kingdom of heaven. Rejoce and be glad." - Mathew (bible)

"For i was hungry and you gave me something to eat, for i was thirsty and you gave me something to drink. I was a stranger and you invited me in... Whenever you did this for the least of these brothers of mine you did this for me." - Matt (bible)

"Faith by itself if not accompanied by action, is dead." - James (bible)


Liturgical worship - A church service that is in a set tect or ritual. Often in a formal book or common prayer. The congregation will be led by a priest often responding with sung or spoken phrases out loud. Communion will take a more foral and traditional tone using familiar language and being presided over by the priest. Some practices will be regarding sacrements

Non-liturgical worship - A church service that does not follow a set text or ritual. This worship is less structured and often with spontaneous prayer and sung worship. Songs will likely replace hymns and maybe repeated or lengthened in response. The leader will take a less formal role or in rae cases there may not be one leader..

Public worship - When believers meet tother to worship. Concidered by many christians to be a vital part of worship Many sacrements can only take place in public. Receiving communion represents that each person is oart of the body of christ so it is important to receive it with others. In addition it is the curch receieving and support the comunity. 

Private worship - When belivers praise or honours God in his or her own way. This happens away from the church, may involve prayer, meditation, bible study praying with a rosary or icon etc... This makes faith real, personal and avoids showing off in front of others. However it misses out on comunity activities. Hearing a sermom, praying for others and working with others to serve the comunity are also benefits of public worship. 


Baptism - Symbolising dying of sin, initation into the church, becoming a church member, forgivness of sin, a way to receive the holy spirit.



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