Is worship a noun, verb or adjective?
Often times we use the word worship as an adjective. We have worship teams, worship songs, worship bands, and worship services. But is worship supposed to be reserved just for certain songs, teams or services?
Other times we use worship as a noun, "Did you go to worship this morning?" Is this what it means to worship - to go to a certain place?
God never intended worship to be used to describing something, or reduced to a church service. Worship should be a verb; it's what we do and how we live. We don't have to listen to certain types of music or go to a specific place. God desires that our worship be a natural outpouring of thankfulness to His love, grace, and mercy. Everything we do is worship when done as unto the Lord.
And so, dear brothers and sisters, I plead with you to give your bodies to God because of all he has done for you. Let them be a living and holy sacrifice--the kind he will find acceptable. This is truly the way to worship him. Romans 12:1
When we know that we can't but He can, and we depend fully on Him, we worship.
Will you worship Him today?
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