Tag Archives: worship

Responding to external problems

What keeps you awake at night? According to the World Economic Forum, the biggest risks facing our world in 2019 are climate change, natural disasters, large-scale conflicts and cyber attacks. And many people struggle with poverty. David wrote many psalms … Continue reading

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Responding to personal problems

My parents in-law are going through tough times with weakness because of chemotherapy and confusion because of dementia. We can all experience such internal problems, which can be physical or mental. After all, Jesus said, “In this world you will … Continue reading

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Experiencing God through Worship

Being in the presence of someone more accomplished than yourself can be very intimidating. In 2010, I was invited to speak at a conference in the Metropolitan Club in New York. Men are required to wear jackets and ties at … Continue reading

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Worship in Revelation

What is worship? The Greek verb to worship proskuneo (Strongs #4352) occurs 60 times in the New Testament and 24 (40%) of these are in the book of Revelation. It’s the main book about worship in the New Testament. In … Continue reading

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True worship

What is “true worship”? You may think that worship is limited to a church meeting or the singing in such a meeting. But it’s much more than that! In Romans Paul shows that worship is an important part of our … Continue reading

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To serve and to give

“No one is to appear before me empty-handed.” Exodus 23:14. NIV. Living in an entertainment culture, we are coached to receive or to be entertained. We are prone to expect the same from a church. We go to church to hear … Continue reading

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