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EXPLAIN HOW THE BIBLE IS USED IN CONGRIGATIONAL AND IN PRIVATE WORSHIP

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EXPLAIN HOW THE BIBLE IS USED IN CONGRIGATIONAL AND IN PRIVATE WORSHIP AO1 The bible is used in Congregational worship as it has readings that are set out in the lectionary which is a day to day guide for the priest to tell him what readings to use this is produced by the Roman catholic church. The priest or minister can also get prayers directly out of the bible such as the lords prayer (our father who art in heaven...). ...read more.

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Also in congregation they may be a choir that will sing psalms the congregation may also sing hymns based on certain parts of the bible. The congregation may also sing choruses which are often direct scriptures but they may also be based on teachings. Holy people may also preach to people in an attempt to get the congregation or the assembled crowd they usually preach to people to try and get people to turn to Christianity and to tell people of the miracles that Jesus has performed like the feeding of the five thousand. ...read more.

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The priests may also perform these duties but the minister is the usual person to do this as is like a sub-bishop so he has more power than the normal priests. In Congregational worship members of the congregation may also stand up and say the apostles creed. A creed is also a basic statement of a persons faith. Whereas in private worship the bible is used to help reinforce a persons belief in there religion and people also look towards the bible for advice on basic problems such as work, friends, family, school, bulling and love. ...read more.

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