Barry Hall’s new book, ‘For Such the Father Seeketh’, is a profound writing that gives a better understanding of true worship to the one and only living God

Barry Hall, a simple Christian man, an outdoorsman who loves to fish and hunt, a preacher for over 40 years, has completed his new book, “For Such the Father Seeketh”: a reflective read that talks about the practice of worship as designed and approved by God himself so people can train themselves in the use of the spirit and set foot on the right track.
Hall writes, “You could walk into a bookstore, go to the Christian book section, and find several books written about worship—after all, Christianity and worship go together like the church and salvation. You simply can’t have one without the other.
“This book is written with the hope of clearing up some confusion and ignorance about how we develop true worship between the saints and the creator of the universe. According to Jesus’ words in John chapter 4 in his dialogue with the Samaritan woman at the well, Jesus teaches her God has always sought from the beginning a people he calls the true worshipper to be his family here through the church and one day in heaven through all eternity. One of the difficulties with the church today, as I see it, is its persistence to follow an erroneous tradition known as going to church on Sunday for worship. The reality is nothing further from the truth. Jesus warned about following traditions of men: ‘In vain, they do worship me’ (Matthew 15:9). Jesus spent much of his time in his earthly ministry disputing with the Pharisees over their traditions which they made binding on the people. Traditions are like habits, once you engage in them they are hard to break. We turn the clock ahead in the spring and back in the fall as a matter of tradition, nothing spiritual about it. But when a spiritual activity is based on tradition, it has no scriptural support for its practice, and it can be devastating in its effect on those who practice it.
“This book deals with the need to slay the sacred cow, known as going to church for worship. There is no evidence in the book of Acts of the church assembling for worship. Acts reveals much activity about the church but worship is not one of them. This book reveals to the reader the many activities designed by God to bring the saints to a meaningful worship experience and one which is approved by God and one he has been seeking since the foundation of the world. The book is controversial to say the least. Only because tradition has such a grip on the church’s lack of understanding of what Jesus meant by true worship, in my opinion. I’m sure your thinking will be challenged and provoked to making some changes in your personal relationship with the one who created you. Happy reading!”
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Barry Hall’s new book is a brilliant work giving insights to readers about the importance of knowing what true worship is based on Biblical acts. It also allows them to focus on seeking the truth and contemplate God’s words to understand His will which provides a path of meaningful practice.
Readers can purchase “For Such the Father Seeketh” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.
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