Every person is a worshipper. We were created that way. The question is not whether you will worship or not, the question is, who are you worshiping?

Here at Kitwe Church we gather each week to “worship” God but in reality we are to worship him every day of the week!

I hope you these thoughts on worship will stimulate self-evaluation this week. Of the thee kinds of worship the writer mentions, only the third is pleasing to God!

Jesus said to the Samaritan woman in John chapter 4, “Those who worship (God) must worship Him in spirit and in truth, for the Father is seeking such to worship Him.”  I want to be a real worshipper, one who worships God from the heart and according to the truth of His self-revelation in His Word!

Building Great Leaders

Worship could be defined as the response of my mind, will, and emotion prompted by the indwelling Holy Spirit to the person of God and the precepts of God as revealed in the inspired word of God. It is both structured and spontaneous, congregational and personal, resulting in adoration, agreement, and action. Worship is done out of love for God and for the glory of God. True worship is always consistent with the exaltation of God. God is spirit and our spirit responds inwardly to God Himself; the truth of the word reveals to us the Father and our hearts respond in adoration and praise. The Father is seeking those who worship Him in spirit and in truth (John 4:23-24).

A man working on his doctorate had chosen the topic of worship for his thesis and was conducting interviews with Christian college presidents. He began our interview with the question…

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