While it’s easy to associate worship with singing a few songs as a warm-up for the sermon, it is actually a very deep and powerful time to commune with the Lord. When we come before Him with a heart of worship and a willingness to listen and submit, we can expect Him to meet us with blessings, guidance and sweet fellowship. As we learn what it means to worship and how we should worship, we can begin practicing it in all aspects of our life at all times.
|s1-411||At the Feet of Jesus||Matthew 26:6-13||Oct. 12, 2008|
|s1-520||Living Sacrifice||Romans 12:1-2||Jan. 30, 2011|
|s1-636||The Song of Moses||Revelation 15:2-3||Aug. 4, 2013|