Worship and Salvation are decisions that one has to make, no one makes the decision for you or sign on your behalf, they are all about you and God. God is looking to connect with men and especially with you. Men were created for fellowship with God and fellowship with God is one on one.
“Worship is an internal attitude and action that focuses on God”. Anonymous
Tithe blesses you, fasting makes your spirit sensitive to the Holy Spirit, offering and alms are…Continue
The idea of worship is that one prostrates himself before a superior being with an attitude of awe, respect, honour and homage. It is amazing the things that can be unlocked just through reverence.
“Let us worship with reverence and awe for our God is a consuming fire”. Hebrews 12:29
Reverence means to show respect or fear, a common way in Israel to show reverence was “falling down,” “lying on the ground facedown” as prostration of the body…Continue
Added by Kelvin Mutize on December 12, 2012 at 12:26pm — No Comments
Worship is all about surrender, giving clearance for a higher authority to take over your life, surrendering our lives, jobs, family and our destinies to the power of God. That worship.
Surrender according to dictionary means:
Give up possession of something: to relinquish possession or control of something because of coercion or force, surrender territory, surrender your passport
Declare yourself defeated: to declare to an…
Wondering about any new Christmas music that you have discovered. Last year we did "Manger Throne" written by Julie Miller, but performed by Third Day. We did it in the key of A. Also, I just heard, "We Have A Saviour," by Hillsong. I have already downloaded the music on Song Select and it works well in the key of G. Both excellent songs. Have a wonderful Christmas praising our Lord during this season. :)
Added by Marsha Conley on December 1, 2012 at 11:15pm — No Comments
Should the worship music keys be chosen for the congregation or for the main singer in the band? This has been a controversial subject in our worship group. The main singer has a very high voice and chooses keys that are high. Because of this I believe that the majority of the congregation cannot sing along with us unless they sing harmony. I think the main question here is, "Are we performing or assisting others to worship with us?"