Myths about the definition of praise and worship.

Myths about the definition of praise and worship.

Myths of Musical Styles: “Play worship now,” “Sing a praise!” “Sing a song with an attitude of worship!” What does this really mean? We tend to immediately think of a genre of music, often more Western than Eastern, when we talk about praise and worship. It is clearly expressed in the Bible that praise, and […]

Myth about the definition of praise and worship. Continued…

Myth about the definition of praise and worship. Continued…

Myth of the place: “One must go to church to worship.” This myth preceded even Christ’s ministry on earth; people were already thinking this way, as seen with the Samaritan woman at the well of Jacob. Believing that worshiping God necessarily requires going to a physical place misunderstands what Jesus means by “in spirit and […]

Don’t pray after doing everything, but do everything to pray.

Don’t pray after doing everything, but do everything to pray.

In general, my life is like that of a very busy man, and the events that have taken place in my life over the past three years have made me even busier than I was before. I know what it’s like to be tired at the end of the day, after being in three different […]

How to express our gratitude?

How to express our gratitude?

We can express our gratitude to God in two ways: • Verbally; • Non-verbally; This can also be done through worship and prayer. Prayer, as a manifestation of gratitude, shows attitudes of appreciation towards God and is a way of saying thank you. When you enter into this way of praying, happiness and grace follow […]

Worship

Worship

God’s works have allowed us to discover the person of God. His reputation precedes Him to the point that, having understood who God is, it is no longer His works that truly attract us, but it is the person we have discovered that becomes the object of our appreciation, our worship. Worship is based on […]

Praise

Praise

First, let’s note that there is a distinction between praise and worship. Worship implies a relationship, while praise does not involve the notion of a relationship. David blesses his soul, describes his works, and speaks of attributes. Praise is about elevating the capacities revealed by actions. Praising God is expressing admiration and appreciation. Praise is […]

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