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Here are 20 powerful and inspiring quotes to help you understand worship better. You can download all these images for free to use in your service or on social media here. Someday worship will be an integral part of our everyday existence.

It will not be an activity that comes from faith, but will be a natural response that arises from first-hand experience with the living God. I need to worship because without it I can forget his calling and begin to live in a spirit of self-preoccupation. I need to worship because without it I lose a sense of wonder and gratitude and plod through life with blinders on. I need worship because my natural tendency is toward self-reliance and stubborn independence.

God uses worship to recenter our priorities and reestablish where our security lies. Come, Lord, stir us up and call us back. Kindle and seize us. Be our fire and our sweetness. In this world, our hunger for worship will wax and wane.

Every human being has a natural inclination toward worship. The gift of language combined with the gift of song was given to man that he should proclaim the Word of God through music. Music stirs some portion of our hearts that intellect alone cannot touch. No one has to teach a Christian to worship God. In some way, every believer responds worshipfully to an encounter with God. That religion which God requires, and will accept, does not consist in weak, dull, and lifeless, wishes, raising us but a little above a state of indifference.

When we experience a life-changing encounter with God, worship is a natural impulse. As David was known to do, we need to command ourselves to worship by declaring:.

Hope in God; for I shall again praise him, my salvation and my God. There are times when something stirs in our hearts and everything inside of us responds in worship, but those are grace-filled promptings of the Spirit. It is the pleasing of God that is at the heart of worship. While we all have personal preferences for the kinds of music we enjoy or the sort of environments we find most worshipful, our praise should be grounded in our common understanding of God from his word.

The closer you get to the truth, the clearer becomes the beauty, and the more you will find worship welling up within you. If our understanding of God is poor, our worship will be too.

While too many Christians neglect to serve God with the mind, others cultivate only their minds and neglect the emotional aspects of worship. There are times when worship should touch our hearts so dramatically that an emotional response is only natural. Everything we do can be an expression of worship.

With the right attitude, digging a ditch can be as much an act of worship as attending a church service. However mundane your duties, for you they are a sacrament. There are no inconsequential activities. When we live lives of worship, every activity becomes infused with significance.

And we turn our daily activities into worship as we offer them to the Lord. My relationship with God is intimate and personal.

The Christian does not go to the temple to worship. The Christian takes the temple with him or her. Jesus lifts us beyond the building and pays the human body the highest compliment by making it His dwelling place, the place where He meets with us.

The reason that everything we do can be an act of worship is because God has made each one of us a temple where he dwells through the Holy Spirit. When we become aware of that presence, every moment of our day is sacred. To learn more about Him. To talk to Him. To worship and praise Him.

To fellowship with other brothers and sisters. Like food and water, worship is a necessary part of human existence. We were created to flourish. The more admirable the hero is and the more intense your admiration is, the more profound will be your transformation. In the case of Jesus, he is infinitely admirable, and our admiration rises to the most absolute worship. Therefore, when we behold him as we should, the change is profound.

As we focus on glorifying him for his amazing attributes, we begin to reveal the same characteristics. When we worship God we develop such traits as forgiveness, tenderness, justice, righteousness, purity, kindness, and love. Worship cannot simply be about singing the songs we enjoy or doing our favorite activities. Worship should be an activity that is teaching us humility—and not an opportunity for self indulgence. Everyone in the world is worshiping something, because their spirits are hungry.

For most people, their worship amounts to spiritual junk food. The world is longing to experience something truly worthy of praise. It would be enough if our worship simply honored and magnified God, but he uses it to edify us as well.

Worship prepares us to spend eternity with Christ by drawing us closer to him, making us more aware of his amazing attributes, and conforming us to his image. I really enjoyed the above presentation. I had a thought. You could minister to many people through this type of email service. I wish there were many more people that could and would prepare presentations like this. Thanks for the encouragement.

We love sharing things like this for all believers. Feel free to share with any of your friends or on Social Media. This is very encouraging, every worship leader deserves to read this. God bless you, as you continue the good work. Thanks, Francine, for the comment. We love serving the church with great resources like this. Jayson who wrote the article does a great job with some amazing insight into scripture and worship. The author of this article, Jayson D. Bradley, said some pretty profound things.

Is it ok if I make quote graphics using some of his words? Heather — of course! Jayson is awesome with words so feel free to use that as needed. This is using Gotham Bold for this text.

Check out our Facebook Live where we talk about some color theory and fonts that are great for presentations:. This is an absolute inspiration.. They gave me a fresh insight of how , when and where to Worship. It really blessed me. I live in Ghana and l long for true worship. Mfon — We are glad you found this to be encouraging.

Know that there are believers praying for you and we know that true worship can occur no matter where you are. This presentation on worship is really touching. Loved this SO much! Hey, i was looking for a quote for my workplace worship week and number 5 by C Spurgeon did it for me,Thanks a lot for sharing this amazing truths!! Your email address will not be published. Tozer Someday worship will be an integral part of our everyday existence. Carson No one has to teach a Christian to worship God.

As David was known to do, we need to command ourselves to worship by declaring: Sproul While we all have personal preferences for the kinds of music we enjoy or the sort of environments we find most worshipful, our praise should be grounded in our common understanding of God from his word.

Wright If our understanding of God is poor, our worship will be too. Keller Everyone in the world is worshiping something, because their spirits are hungry. Ted Hatcher on May 18, at Aaron West on May 18, at Ted, Thanks for the encouragement. Abigail Daniels on September 23, at 2: Francine Watt on April 22, at 6: Aaron West on April 23, at 8:

How can I know how to properly worship God?

This blog post creates a false dichotomy. Either go to church, or you are isolating yourself from other Christians. The logic completely breaks down. People who want to push for the importance of church attendance need to examine their reasoning, and understand that the discussion does not centre on whether to gather, but rather on how to gather. Both of them matter.

I can worship alone. Hi there, thanks for responding to my comment. I should clarify what I mean… The discussion about going to church or not going to church is not actually about whether or not we gather for worship, edification, teaching, and so on.

Many of those who do not go to church or see the necessity of attending church would wholeheartedly agree that gathering together as believers is essential. You actually do not need to attend church services to worship Jesus with other believers. Up for debate is not WHETHER we should gather together for worship both the christian churchgoer and the christian non-churchgoer take for granted that we ought to! The question is HOW we should gather. And it is in the asking and answering of this question that many a church goer has become a non church goer who still meets and worships and fellowships with and loves other believers.

Finding the right church can be hard, but the bottom line is we need each other. But I still go to church every weekend. Face-to-Face Matters None of us is strong enough to do this on our own.

We need each other. So what do you think? My volume often cannot get over the musical instruments. Musical instruments are supposed to accompany the singing. Worship leaders need to remember that they are leading the congregation in corporate singing, not giving a concert.

I cannot sing some of the songs I like the best. People can think that I am angry or burdened or distracted or even arrogant. I am not there to please them.

I am there to worship God. God knows what is in my heart which is often singing the songs that my voice cannot. We sing because our souls sing even if we never make a sound aloud. I love to sing. I love to worship.

I am a processor. I often find myself thinking through and meditating on what I am singing, thinking about the lyrics, often grabbing my Bible and reading. That really gets me excited about any praise song- watching newly redeemed people sing them.

Thank you for giving us seven reasons to sing in our worship. It is greatly appreciated. Sometimes a person can forget the importance of individual participation in our worship. Once again, thank you for the reminder. In my observations some people do not sing because the song is unfamiliar to them. Words and tune This is usually noticed among our older adults. Even with the words on our overhead.

They just feel more comfortable with the older more familiar songs. My favorite Music Minister always chose blended worship songs.

And all of us music lovers including me need to realize that some people are simply not lovers of music. Their loss We should not let these people discourage us. If we focus on them, it hinders our worship. After all, are we there to just sing? Or are we there to worship? Some people just worship in different ways. But, as for me….. I love worship in song and the word proclaimed by my pastor! Perhaps sometimes a congregation is not singing is because the instruments are SO LOUD that even with words in an overhead you can pick out a melody.

Also there are some songs that should not be congregational, because they were designed for an artist to sing it as a concert version. Singing we give voice to our devotion to our Lord and to his service. We give voice to the gratitude and thanks to Him for having redeemed us and restored us to a right relationship with God. Singing we give testimony to the faith of generations of Christians that have preceded us — the great cloud of witnesses that surrounds us.

We strengthen the bonds that ties us together and to those gone before and those yet to come. We also grieve over the loss of those who have rejected Christ and we comfort and strengthen each other in the midst of suffering and persecution. I served as a Minister of Music for over 40 years. I am a traditionalist, and if I were introducing a new hymn or chorus, I would use it consecutively for a month until the congregation got to know it.

Too often today the Worship Leader and Praise Team are putting on a show rather than having the congregation sing the songs. Now Jesus comes to this well in Samaria because the Father is seeking this woman to become a worshiper. One of the marks of true conversion is that the Lord has turned us into people who delight in worshipping Him.

For he is our God; and we are the people of his pasture, and the sheep of his hand. To day if ye will hear his voice,. Through further revelation of God's Word, we understand that every sacrifice offered, whether on the altars of old, within the tabernacle, or as a part of temple worship was a type and picture of the ultimate sacrifice that He would make in giving His Son, Jesus to die on Calvary!

What about our worship today? Do we come before God in 'Spirit and in Truth'?

If a person knew the meaning of life, they might not feel the need to worship. Many people Undo. Quora User, I know about Emotions and a lot of other things. For our blog post this week, I think it would be appropriate to have a discussion on worship. As we look at worship we should first realize, as I'm. In order to worship God in truth, we need to know that Jesus said "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.