Party on, Wayne! Party on, Garth! Most people of my generation know what that references. In one sense, it represented the desire to party in a negative way. At the same time, it represented an attitude wishing well on a friend. Maybe there’s something to that. Ancient Israel knew how to throw a party! Most […]
Part 2 of 4 Text: Hebrews 10: 23-25 New Testament 23Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful. 24And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds. 25Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but […]
Part 1 of 6 Text: John 4:21-24 “How Do We Worship” seeks to take the “book education” of worship and make it very practical. Although this has been attempted in terms of application, this section uniquely attempts to apply these Biblical principles. John 4:21-24 21 Jesus declared, “Believe me, woman, a time is coming when you will worship the […]
Petri brings us insight and understanding concerning how our worship related to our intimacy with God.
Chuck brings us insight into what we call the different aspects of our worship services.
This week we are looking at the word most commonly translated as “worship” in our English Bibles. The word is proskynein (pross-kai-nay-ine). This word is embodied in the concept of bowing down in honor or reverence. Chuck continues his series on Words for Worship. Be sure to check out his previous posts as well.
We worship a God who defies our every attempt of putting Him in a box. Likewise, our worship of Him is a much bigger concept that takes on many expressions, forms and styles. Petri shares his observations and the many expressions worship takes on in our lives. Worship = Celebration.
We’ve made it 25% of the way! Two words down, 6 more to go. Today we’re going to tackle one of the most common Greek words for worship, Latreuein.
This week we’re going to tackle another concept and another word in our Words of Worship series. Last week we looked at the word diakonein, which means to worship/serve God by serving others. Our word this week is douleuein. It is pronounced doo-lay-oo-ine, and means to serve as a slave.
When you hear the word ‘worship’ what’s the first thought that comes into your mind? Quiet prayer? Solemn assembly? Hands raised? Singing loudly? We’re going to take a journey over the next few weeks, and see how the Bible defines worship. We are going to look at specific passages and see what the original language has to tell us about worship.