In all of years of reading the amazing account of Moses’ intimate encounter with his God, I admit I have always skimmed over the word, “goodness.” I just took it to mean God passed by with his backside. I missed the tremendous significance of that little word. The Lord said He would cause all His goodness to pass in front of Moses.
So, what is worship? I’ve heard some say it boils down to obedience. But I believe it’s more than simply being obedient. Worship is obedience to God that’s motivated from a deep love and awe of God. The cross is a powerful place to learn about the kind of worship the Father accepts.
Want to LISTEN to this article? Go to our Podcast! by Dwayne Moore Often we’re asked why we call our ministry “Next Level Worship”? They want to know what that term means and who qualifies to be on the “next level.” I especially appreciate those who want the scriptural evidence for the idea of next-level
Want to listen to this teaching? Go here! In Part 1 and Part 2 of this 4-part series, we looked at “What Is Lifestyle Worship?” Today we will consider the choices we have for whom we can worship… Notice the question isn’t if you worship, but whom you worship. All of us worship something
Want to LISTEN to this article? Click here. In Part 1 of this series, we learned that lifestyle worship means walking through our days with a surrendered heart to God, so that everything we do brings glory to Him. Today we’ll look at the three directions of worship: inward, upward, and outward. Inwardly Jesus said