Does requiring a person to do something that is commanded in scripture binding the conscience? I ask because if a person wishes to not sing Psalms during worship, how far should an elder go in trying to have the person sing Psalms? Should the elder try to only encourage them to sing? I personally think the last option is proper. In light of the above what exactly is "binding the conscience"? Just by the word "binding" it seems more than simply prodding to do something commanded in the bible.