We want for our corporate gatherings to, in a way, be a microcosm of the Christian life.
At Emmaus, we don’t want to do anything absent-mindedly; we want to have an explicitly biblical/gospel-drenched reason for everything that we do.
He is a gracious God who provides what he requires (a means), and he is a holy God who cares about how he is worshiped.
You, Christian, experience grace in glorifying God. You are doing what you’re made to do when you’re glorifying the Father.
The ex nihilo power that brought the stars into existence is the same ex nihilo power that brought your faith into existence.