"But the hour is coming, and now is, when the true worshiper will worship the Father in spirit and in truth; for the Father is seeking such to worship Him."
Worship- The most common used Hebrew word used for worship is shachah. It literally means "cause oneself to lie down prostrate." In the olden day, if there was someone of a higher status walking by, then you were to bow down. People would bow down to a king to express submission to his authority. So at its very core, worship is submission to authority. We as believers are in submission to the authority of God.
Sing Praise- The Hebrew word is Zamar, which refers to singing praise which exalts God, sometimes to singing accompanied with a musical instrument. The English word Psalm is derived from the Greek translation of this Hebrew word Zamar. This is usually an expression of gratitude for something he has done for the worshiper.
Worship is about God. It is not about us or how we feel or about the songs we sing. It is about a holy God who deserves our praise.
It is our desire to worship the Lord in Spirit and in truth. In our Sunday morning service, youth service, children's ministry, home fellowships, young adult fellowship, and men and women's fellowships. Coming together to celebrate our Lord and savior with a passion and desire to see the Spirit of God move among us.
Our Worship Ministries include:
Sunday morning worship musicians
Wednesday night worship musicians
Sound/Audio tech ministry
Computer/video tech ministry
242 Home Fellowship worship
Men's, Women's, Youth & Children's worship
Visit IgnitedWorship.com for more worship resources.