True Worship is aimed at the normal lay Christian. Alongside general teaching on the Bible's understanding of worship there are chapters which consider the purpose of church meetings, the role of music, and the Lord's Supper. True Worship leaves us with a challenge to be true worshippers in our daily lives as we trust in Jesus and seek to live wholeheartedly for him. 'Worship never begins with us; it is always a response to the truth. It flows out of an understanding of who God is and what he has done for us in Christ.' 'Worship' is a slippery word. We use it often and think we understand it but find it hard to define. What does it mean to worship God, and how should we do it? This short book looks to the Bible for answers to those important questions. It contains a strong critique of much contemporary Christianity. Vaughan Roberts argues that, despite our lofty talk about the importance of worship, we have far too limited a view of what it is. The language of worship in the Bible is not used of church meetings and singing; it encompasses the whole of life.