Continual Adoration

“God is spirit, and those who worship Him must worship in spirit and truth” (John 4:24).

Many well-meaning Christians mistakenly assume that true worship only happens on Sunday. Many well-meaning Christians, who do not assume that, mistakenly live as if true worship only happens on Sunday. Which is to say, many of us probably forget that true worship always happens when we worship in spirit and truth (John 4:24). The former lacks the vision to …

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Worship and Your Story

Worship leads to transformation and identity. Worship is not just what I do, it’s who I am, and who we are collectively, as the body of Christ. God fashions our lives so that we must be knitted or woven together in relationship with each other and with Him.

“Ye also, as lively stones, are built up a spiritual house, an holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices, acceptable to God by Jesus Christ..” [1 Peter

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The Cycle of Worship


Did you know that praise and worship is even involved in the cycle of creation? The completion of God’s creation cycle is marked by the seventh day of praise and worship. The way God created the world is a picture of how He creates events “our world” as well – cycles of hard work, and then rest, praise and worship. Have you ever been in a season where you work really hard, and then God

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My Worship Produces

Worship is supernatural. It is the giving over of oneself to something greater. We were all created to worship something. We all intensely desire to pour ourselves into something bigger than ourselves.

Worship means “worth-ship.” You are verbally denoting the worthiness of God by releasing praises from your mouth! Worship is powerful and can change everything in a second.


Many of the promises in the Bible have to do with the myriad of blessings that

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The Invitation of Worship

It’s easy to accept that we’ve been tricked when someone blatantly lies to us. We can’t help that. We usually accept the wrong, seek to correct it, and move on. It’s much harder to change a deception that many hold to be true and valuable. As long as the popular opinion remains popular, we reason, then we’re safe to accept and act out what may not be right or even biblical.


In Jeremiah’s day, God’s

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