The Bible teaches that we were made to worship, and we find fullness of life when we give ourselves to our Creator. In the first talk of our new series, Jo Wells looks at Psalm 84 and considers what it means to worship with all of our hearts.
When Jesus was asked what was the most important commandment, he replied, ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul and mind’. Worship involves every part of us. In this series, begin the year by returning to our first love, and giving our all to Him in worship.
Many of us assume either that worship is all about emotion, or that emotions should have no place in worship. In this talk, Lars considers how the Psalmist engaged his emotions in worship, and how we can do the same.
The Hebrew Scriptures contain many words for worship, which involve our voices, arms, hands, and knees. In this talk, David looks at Psalm 95 and considers how we are to use our body in worship.
Scripture is full of encouragements to gaze upon God’s beauty. But what does this actually mean, and how do we do it? In this talk, Liam considers the role of our imagination in worship.
Jesus said that God was looking for people who would worship Him ‘in Spirit and truth.’ In the final talk of our series, Andy considers what it means to worship God in Spirit.