This is the third and final installment in a brief series outlining a few basic guidelines for worship style. In this series, I am countering the idea that worship style is mere preference, as promoted by Josh Teis and Robert Bakss. If you have not yet read the first two articles on this subject, you really ought to before reading this article. The two previous articles are available here and here. In this article, I will lay out some practical considerations. Please note, this article does not give a detailed list of Scriptural standards for worship. The goal here is to give general principles. In the future, I hope to address more specific answers to the contemporary style of worship now embraced by a growing number of Independent Baptists who hope to move others away from reverence in worship.