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Therefore, to best understand the origins of Christian worship, it is necessary to look at the history of Jewish worship, for it was this past manner of worship that helped to shape the worship of the early church.
The tribe of Levi was set aside to serve as priests for God and His people. The OT books of Exodus and Leviticus provide specific instructions about the manner in which worship and sacrifice was to occur, about what was to be sacrificed, and the reason for the offerings.
While the people of Israel were clearly commanded to worship God Deuteronomy 6: Worship in the Temple After its construction by Solomon, the temple in Jerusalem became the prominent focus of Jewish worship.
It appears that the emphasis of worship in the temple was primarily on sacrificial offerings and praise to God through music. The music was comprised of numerous and various instruments of music, as well as well-trained vocal choirs whose singing was perhaps somewhat similar to the melodious four-part harmony common in many churches today.
Numerous passages of Scripture refer to the music, both vocal and instrumental, used in worship to God during that time: Asaph the chief, and second to him Zechariah, then Jeiel, Shemiramoth, Jehiel, Mattithiah, Eliab, Benaiah, Obed-edom and Jeiel, with musical instruments, harps, lyres; also Asaph played loud-sounding cymbals, and Benaiah and Jahaziel the priests blew trumpets continually before the ark of the covenant of God.
The Levites stood with the musical instruments of David, and the priests with the trumpets. Then Hezekiah gave the order to offer the burnt offering on the altar.
When the burnt offering began, the song to the Lord also began with the trumpets, accompanied by the instruments of David, king of Israel. While the whole assembly worshiped, the singers also sang and the trumpets sounded; all this continued until the burnt offering was finished.
Now at the completion of the burnt offerings, the king and all who were present with him bowed down and worshiped. Moreover, King Hezekiah and the officials ordered the Levites to sing praises to the Lord with the words of David and Asaph the seer.
So they sang praises with joy, and bowed down and worshiped. The OT books of Ezra and Nehemiah tell of the work in repairing the damage that was done and of their worship at that time: They sang, praising and giving thanks to the Lord, saying, "For He is good, for His lovingkindness is upon Israel forever.
For they performed the worship of their God and the service of purification, together with the singers and the gatekeepers in accordance with the command of David and of his son Solomon.
For in the days of David and Asaph, in ancient times, there were leaders of the singers, songs of praise and hymns of thanksgiving to God. Rabbinic literature recalls worship at the Second Temple, especially after its reconstruction by King Herod.
The instrumental music at the Second Temple seems to have been richer than that of the First Temple. The orchestra consisted of two to six nevels probably kitharasnine or more kinnors lyres; the maximum number was limitlesstwo to twelve chains pipes, perhaps shawms of the aulos typeand one cymbal.
The priests blew the shofar and at least two trumpets. They also sounded the magrefah the rake used for clearing the ashes of the altar by throwing it forcefully on the ground in order to signal the beginning of the Temple Worship. Summarizing the Mishnah, Idelsohn describes the main musical worship, which - as in the First Temple - was part of the morning sacrifice.
Two priests took their stand at the altar immediately and started to blow the trumpets After this performance, they approached Ben Arza, the cymbal player, and took their stand beside him, one at his right and the other at his left side.
Whereupon, at a given sign with a flag by the superintendent, this Levite sounded his cymbal, and all the Levites began to sing a part of the daily psalm. Whenever they finished a part they stopped, and the priests repeated their blowing of the trumpets and the people present prostrated themselves.
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The lack of a temple in which to worship and sacrifice resulted in the creation of the synagogue a word which, somewhat like our word "church", is used to refer both to the congregation and to the building in which they met.
The people of Israel would gather around their elders to listen to the word of God, to receive instruction, and to worship. This form was retained and matured after the return from the exile, and it became a normal part of Jewish religious life. Even after the rebuilding of the temple perhaps due to the inability of many to travel and attend worship in the templesynagogue worship flourished.
Philip Schaff History of the Christian Church gives the following description of the synagogue: The building was a plain, rectangular hall of no peculiar style of architecture, and in its inner arrangement somewhat resembling the Tabernacle and the Temple. The last corresponded to the Holy of Holies in the Tabernacle and the Temple.
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