Sermons on Life of Worship
Only those who know Jesus have the Spirit and know the truth that makes real worship possible.
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Worshiping God is the number one duty of every human being.
We were given bodies to make the glory of God more visible, especially through merciful behavior.
God is about to change the course of all human history; the most important three decades in all of time are about to begin. And where is God? Occupying himself with two obscure, humble women—one old and barren, one young and virginal.
Are the sacrifices we offer spiritual sacrifices?
When we come to meet God (whether in corporate worship, or in judgment at the last day), we should prepare.
God will one day establish the kingdom of Christ on the earth.
If you turn your back on the greatness and majesty of God, you'll fall in love with a world of shadows and short-lived pleasures.
Singing to God is not a nice little emotional trip to spice up a worship service—it is a matter of life and death.
Only worship is an end in itself. Only worship should not be done as a means to achieving something other than itself.
The steadfast love of the Lord has been the same through all the changes of the last 120 years.
Something is wrong with a private God. But if our God is great, we go public with our worship.
Our English word "hosanna" comes from a Greek word "hosanna" which comes from a Hebrew phrase hoshiya na.
God's beauty is magnified when it is echoed in prayer and preaching with agreements like "Amen!"
All God's plans for history from beginning to end have this one goal—WORSHIP GOD!
Worship must have heart and worship must have head.
God is worshiped when we seek to express and increase our satisfaction in all that he is for us in Jesus Christ.