In this book, William Taylor explains how the death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus has revolutionised our worship such that it involves the whole of our life – in our work, in the hospital, in the hair salon, or in the football stands. Revolutionary Worship challenges us to not see worship as one hour in church on a Sunday, but rather as a 24/7, 360° affair, where every place we enter is a space of worship.
This helpful book will encourage anyone who struggles to see how worship is relevant in their daily lives.
Revolutionary Worship points us to Scipture for a right understanding of what our worship of God should look like. There are few books that are able to give us a succinct yet holistic picture of what worship is. For such a short and valuable read, you will find few reasons not to pick it up. (Nathan Xing)