As we read the book of Leviticus, there are a number of instructions given, including specific instructions regarding to worship. In addition to commanding that they worship only God, He also gave them specific instructions regarding how, when, and where to worship.
As we have begun reading Leviticus in our daily reading, it seems fitting to spend some time in that often overlooked book of God’s Word. In this lesson, we try to hit some of the high points, and focus on the overall theme of the book, the holiness of God and His people.
The Lord’s Supper, while not the only important part of our worship, is a very important aspect of our worship, and it must be treated in the proper way. It is a not a common thing. It is special, and every Christian must remember that when they partake.
Jesus said in John 4:24 that “God is spirit, and those who worship him must worship in Spirit and in Truth.” Worship is more than something we just go to once a week on Sunday. It is more than a set of actions that we just go through ritualistically. Worship is truly a blessing for the Christian. It is about giving praise and honor to God, and that in and of itself is a blessing that we receive from it, among many others. Unfortunately there are many who don’t really understand worship. In this podcast I endeavor to take a Biblical look at worship. There are three things that must be present in worship, people, practice, and purpose.
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