Why do we do worship the way we do? Why do we structure the typical church service around something the apostles never did? Why do we have a near mandatory forty-five minutes (or much more) of singing in many churches before the preaching? What theology underlies our practices? What did Jesus say about the manifest presence of God? What expectations do we have in our worship services and why do we have those expectations? What is the restoration of David's tent? What does it mean to worship in "spirit and truth?" This book answers these and other questions from a grace-based, new covenant perspective, and offers a "better way to worship."