چه دعايي كنمت بهتر از اين
خنده ات از ته دل
گريه ات از سر شوق
روزگارت همه شاد
سفره ات رنگارنگ
و تني سالم و شاد
كه بخندي همه عمر
- Focus on God in every element in worship.
- Have clear Biblical support for every element in worship.
- “Offer to God an acceptable service [i.e., worship] in reverence and awe” (Hebrews 12:28).
- Preach expositionally.
- “Give attention to the public reading of Scripture” (1 Timothy 4:13).
- Transition smoothly between elements of worship.
- Do as much as possible congregationally.
- Have congregational singing with musical accompaniment, not music with congregational accompaniment.
- Evaluate your worship service each week with several leaders.
If anything is worth doing well, it is the worship of our glorious God. If anything in the life of the church is worth the cost of reformation, it is the worship of our holy God. We shouldn’t expect to see changes in worship without prayer and the work of the Holy Spirit, but neither should we expect to see our worship enhanced without taking initiative.
by Donald S. Whitney.
1. Turn the volume down.
2. Decrease gain on equalizer(EQ) or tone controls.
3. Reduce monitor system volume or its EQ gain.
4. Move microphones farther away from sound path of speakers.
5. Use a wide band graphic equalizer and/or parametric equalizer to reduce gain on susceptible feedback frequencies. (Note: When using EQ to filter out feedback, a sacrifice in desired tone quality may result. But if used carefully, an acceptable compromise of less tone for more feedback control can usually be achieved.)
6. Use higher quality, low impedance microphones and equipment.
7. Select tighter patterned, cardioid microphones when possible.
8. Decrease gain on reverb controls.
9. Improve room acoustics to absorb more reflected sounds.
10. Have an audio engineer to perform an acoustic analysis of your system and auditorium using acoustical test equipment to isolate and correct problem frequencies within your environment.