Pride and the Worship Musician

by | Sep 9, 2020

One of the things that is hard for me to deal with is the issue of pride…

Can you relate?

Arguably, getting into music in the first place was a matter of pride for me.

Don’t get me wrong…I’ve always loved music.

And—to be sure, God has blessed me beyond measure through music.

But I am ashamed of the many times I have knowingly done something from stage merely for the purpose of “showing off.”

The fact is, it should never be about showing off! Who cares how many hot licks you can play on the piano or the guitar. Or, how many toms you can hit during one phrase of music.

It’s not just about that.

As I say nearly every day on this blog, it’s about creating the worship experience.

In lesson #7 of the Worship By Numbers course, we teach you that “Teamwork Makes the Dream Work.”

By this, we mean that the most important part of the crafting the worship experience (in terms of music, anyway) is your contribution to the bigger picture.

Notice that, by its very nature, a contribution adds something—it does not take away through distraction.

If you are ready to learn more about how to make your contribution, join here today for free:

Steve Schramm

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