Worship

The first of the Ten Commandments says that we are to worship no other Gods (Exodus 20:3) and Him only shall we serve.  To worship someone is to respect and love them.  Jesus said that we are to worship God with all our hearts and all our minds, "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind." (Matthew 22:37).  It helps to worship God with all our hearts and minds if we know what makes Him worthy of our worship.  It also helps if we know how to worship Him.

 

Hopefully the following articles will help you to worship God more fully: 

God's Righteousnes God does not need the law - He is righteous without it.  His righteousness is an attribute that sets the standard for human behavior.  

God's Glory What do you know about the glory of God?  Do you know what the glory of God actually is, how to partake of that glory and how to give God the glory to which He is entitled? 

For His Names Sake  Personal thoughts on prayer, fasting and faith from a sister in Christ.  Reading God’s Word aligns us with what He wants to do in our lives.

Burning Our Incense Before God  God required incense to be burnt ceremonially on an altar before the mercy seat in the Tabernacle.  It was to be burnt day and night for all of Israel's generations.  Does this have any implications for Christians today?

Reach for the Stars  As we see the proud, majestic eagle soar ever upwards, strong wings beating against the thermals and currents to land on a mountain crag high above the ground, as we look at the lofty pines covering that mountainside, we feel a touch of the mightiness of God.

Thank God!  As loving children of our Heavenly Father we long to be close to Him, to commune with Him on a regular basis and get to know Him better – how He thinks and acts, what He IS.  As we do this in our daily prayer we learn to adore and worship Him, and we express much of that adoration and love in gratitude.

See also our Bible study:

Personal Prayer Improving your personal prayer will improve your relationship with God.  Prayer is how you communicate with God on a personal level in your daily worship.   This Bible study based on the model prayer Christ gave his disciples will help you to structure your prayer more effectively. 

 

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