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Bow Down And Worship Him (2)


I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship. Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.




Bow Down And Worship Him (2)


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You shall not bow down to them or serve them, for I the Lord your God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children to the third and the fourth generation of those who hate me,


Then I was given a measuring rod like a staff, and I was told, Rise and measure the temple of God and the altar and those who worship there, but do not measure the court outside the temple; leave that out, for it is given over to the nations, and they will trample the holy city for forty-two months.


And when he had taken the scroll, the four living creatures and the twenty-four elders fell down before the Lamb, each holding a harp, and golden bowls full of incense, which are the prayers of the saints.


Worship involves a spiritual intimacy that sets all believers apart from those who worship other gods. When we worship God in sincerity with a clean heart and mind, He encourages our spirits to enjoy His presence over our lives.


Every person who came into the presence of God was compelled to hit the ground with bowed heads. Kneeling on the ground, laying out full posture, bowing the head, or standing with hands in the air are all examples of a physical response to worshipping God. Those who are accustomed to worshipping God in their home have an automatic response to His presence in the gathering with other believers.


Many people pretend to worship God; however, the Lord sees their hearts and minds. God accepts true worship from those who are a part of the body of Christ and live truthful lives. When we are honest with the Lord to confess our sins, we are purified to worship Him in Spirit and truth.


As believers in the Lord Jesus Christ, we sacrifice our lives daily for His purposes and plans, not our selfish motives. We are taking up our cross daily and trusting in the Lord to lead us in the right direction. Our continual sacrifice is an offering of worship to Him out of gratefulness for the things He has done.


Many people are worshipping gods that have no power to save them and no unconditional love to draw them. As believers, we must press our way to worship God regularly with no excuses. One day we will stand in the assembly of saints and angels to worship our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Let us now worship Him in preparation for our heavenly dwelling place.


You are the substance of all human virtuesYou all Wise, and you are all Knowing; All UnderstandingYou can do anything and everything we cannot doYou are everything good that we would like to beYou are omnipotent, you are all powerfulYou are omniscientYou are all knowing, You are OmnipresentYou are present everywhere, and we know that you are present in this arenaOh God we know that You are in this placeAnd we want to give you praiseAll we can say is Abba FatherYou are worthy to receive honor and gloryWe bow before your ThroneAnd we would like to give you praiseEverybody bow down and worship, come on


We bow before your throne, not because we do not have any other gods to bow beforeBut because we tried You, and we found you to be worthy of the praiseOoh God, You are an infallible God, you are ImmortalYou are Spirit, you are the Beginning and You the endTotally aware of yourself, you are the Great I AMTotally moral, totally self-assertiveYou are the essence of Love, you are lovelyWe just wanna bow before your throne and give you the praiseFor you are worthy to receive the glory and the honorWe Love you oh GodWe ask you right now, to let Your Fire come down


it lift my spirit, thank you Benjamin Dube & the team you are really blessed. I really love the song you are my favourite when it cames to worship God. Please can you whattsapp me the song Bow down and worship song cause i dont have sometimes no wifi to listen the song on youtube please if you dont mind. I thank you.


From the beginning of the New Testament to the very last chapter, this word denotes worship as bowing before God, acknowledging his greatness and our own submission to Him. God on the throne is worshipped by angels, cherubim, and the twenty-four elders (Revelation 4:10). Jesus received worship from the Wise Men, the Leper, and Jairus when he came because his daughter was sick near death.


The general meaning denotes submissive adoration signified by bowing before or praising the one worshipped. Even the giving of gifts by the Magi was not a worship ritual, but an expression of adoration.


The greatest commandment, Jesus said, is to love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength. Jesus also said we are to worship God and serve only Him. In the Sermon on the Mount, He said we are to seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness.


Love and adoration humbly expressed would be one way of describing this worship. Rituals of worship without this adoration in the heart are never acceptable, even if God commands those rituals, as He did in the Old Testament.


please i said in my heart that Whose God is like the beast and there is no one like the beast but i did not meant it from my heart as worship so will God count that as worship because in revelation it says They worsipped the beast aloso saying who is like the beast? who can fight against it


John 4:24,we should worship God in truth and spirit.we should learn to do it faithful,consistently and dependable.We must do allow the holy spirit of God to inspire us and teach us how to woship him for He is in spirit.Amen


This psalm is a call to worship. To come before God with thanksgiving and song. Remembering who he is and what he has done. He is the creator of this whole universe, making it out of nothing. And he has called us to be his chosen people. A chosen flock under his care.


We thank and praise God for blessing Christmas worship services in 2008: here in Chicago, throughout the United States and Canada, and around the world. To conclude one month of celebrating Jesus' birth, today let's study the Magi's pilgrimage to worship Jesus. They teach us that worshiping Jesus is a way of life. It is not a seasonal activity reserved only for Christmas. It is a lifestyle that we should practice all year around. Then we can have the joy of Christmas every day! We can live truly meaningful lives, and be successful and happy. How, then, can we worship him? Let's learn from the Magi.


Look at verse 2. "...and asked, 'Where is the one who has been born king of the Jews? We saw his star in the east and have come to worship him.'" The Magi discovered from the stars that the king of the Jews had been born. As they surveyed the night sky, they found an unusual star that shone with special brilliance and mystery. It was "his star." This star has been the subject of much study. Professor Frederick Larson of Texas A&M Univeristy spent ten years researching this star, though his field is not astronomy. By the help of computers, he reconstructed the positions of the stars and planets at the time Jesus was conceived. He shows that there was a special alignment that was spectacular. Moreover, the planet Jupiter, the "king planet," did a "coronation dance" around Regulus, "the star of kings." Other researchers have found similar explanations. Science is gradually catching up with the revelation of the Scriptures. The Bible says that the Magi saw "his star." They realized that it signaled the birth of the king of the Jews.


Psalm 19:1 says, "The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands." The truth that God exists, that he created the universe, and that he is to be worshiped by his creation, is inescapable. Romans 1:20 says, "For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities--his eternal power and divine nature--have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse." God's power, wisdom, goodness and glory permeate everything God has made. Through the study of the natural world, truth-seekers can know that God exists and something about his character.


Truth seeking requires commitment. During their long journey, the Magi confronted many hardships. Most likely they traveled by camel. This is most uncomfortable, especially in getting on and off of the beasts. They must have experienced water shortages and fatigue, as well as the threat of bandits. In addition, since they were crossing borders, there were language and cultural barriers. If they were half-hearted, they would have given up. They persevered because they were committed to the truth. Such people will give their lives for the truth. There are truth seekers in the world, sometimes in the most unexpected places. In 1833, four such people were described in a letter by William Walker in "The Christian Advocate and Journal." Walker encountered four Indians who traveled from the Pacific Northwest to St. Louis because, in their own words, "the white people away toward the rising sun have been put in possession of the true mode of worshiping the Great Spirit; they have a book containing directions." These four Indians made a perilous journey of 3,000 miles. It was so demanding that two of them died of sickness and exhaustion after arriving. But they died happy because they found the truth.


Truth-seeking leads us to worship Jesus. It is because Jesus is the truth. Jesus said in John 14:6, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me." To worship Jesus is to worship our Creator God. As beings made in God's image, we long for God, as a child longs for his mother. We long to love God and be loved by God. Deuteronomy 6:5 says, "Love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul and with all your strength." When we worship God, our souls find absolute meaning and true rest. The Magi did not think they were doing a favor for Jesus. The truth compelled them to worship Jesus and through him, the Creator God. 041b061a72


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