LitBit: …worship is Scripture’s home, its native soil, its most congenial habitat. . . . It is in the liturgy . . . that Christians are schooled and exercised in the scriptural logic of the faith. In particular, the Scriptures provide the story of which we find ourselves a part, and thus the narration and absorption of the story is crucial to give us resources for knowing what we ought to do. The end of ingesting the story—“eating the book”—is in order to be and become a certain kind of person and a certain kind of people.
James K A Smith, Desiring the Kingdom p.196