The Posture of Worship

We are undone in the presence of God. When we see Him, we will see ourselves as we really are. We own our sin and cry out for help. When we worship-we cannot but go and tell others about the one we worship. True worship cannot be contained but must be shared with others. Pastor […]

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The Sacrifice of Worship

Worship requires action. It is not just an emotional experience – from the gift given to us to the offering made by us. Because Jesus offered himself FOR us and offers himself TO us, we can offer our sacrifices as well: our bodies, our praise, our resources, and all because he who died for us […]

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Worship: The Heart of Worship

Worship is not about a place or confined to a group of people. It's not about rituals or traditions. It is not a box that we check and then get on with the real duties of life. Worship comes from within as we encounter and begin to know God through the Lord Jesus Christ. The […]

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Worship: The Object of Worship

The origin of our word worship is similar to the word worth. We think about what something is worth, its value.   We are made to worship-you're going to serve somebody.  Jesus is to be the object and focus of our worship.  He is the glory that is greater than the temporary things we often […]

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