How to Behave in the House of God
By Robert L. Dickie
"True worship always reflects reverence for God. Much modern church worship has lost godly reverence. The concern of this very relevant book is to show us that our dress and behaviour in God's house should show that we are not "conformed to this world" (Romans 12:2). If we dress down in church we may also drag the church down. This very relevant book by Pastor Dickie touches a vital nerve in contemporary church life. I urge that it be read widely and its message taken to heart."
- Maurice Roberts, former editor of Banner of Truth Magazine
and pastor of a presbyterian church
in the Free Church of Scotland Continuing
"I have read a number of books showing the errors and dangers of contemprary worship and, whilst agreeing with everything or almost everything, I have not come across a book that I believed would win over the heart. This book, written by my dear friend Bob Dickie, stands out from many other books as it carries the grace and tenderness of a pastor’s heart. It is a faithful and gracious appeal for the church to come back to God and to true worship."
- Dewi Higham, Pastor of Tabernacle Cardiff in Wales