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  1. 1. _ _ _ _ A G R V I C Y E R A C E
  2. 2. _ _ _ _ _ A M E V I D Y O M E D I A
  3. 3. _ _ _ _ _ _ A N E K I T Y P S I L E N T S L
  4. 4. _ _ _ _ S C O R L D H Y L O U D T U
  5. 5. _ _ _ _ C R E K B L U P R O L L O L
  6. 6. _ _ _ _ _ _ R A W S D O L P P R A I S E G N H A E R I P I S _ _ _ A N D W O R S H I P _ _ _ _ _ _ _
  7. 7. Praise and Worship “Worship God in Spirit and in Truth”
  8. 8. This course "Worshipping God In Spirit And In Truth" is written with the hope of helping us to worship God in the way acceptable to Him. Jesus says in John 4:24, "God is a spirit and they that worship Him must worship Him in spirit and in truth."
  9. 9. • All scripture quotations are from the New King James Version of the Bible, unless otherwise noted. • I have bolded certain words and phrases for emphasis. All scripture quotations are in red. • This course is divided into fifteen (15) lessons. • After each lesson you are asked to answer several interactive multiple choice and true- false questions concerning what you have just learned.
  10. 10. LESSONS Lesson #1: The Purpose of Praise and Worship Lesson #2: Types of Praise Lesson #3: Types of Worship Lesson #4: Worshipping God In Spirit Lesson #5: Worshipping God In Truth Lesson #6: Acceptable And Unacceptable Worship Lesson #7: Vain Worship Lesson #8: We Must Give Our Best To God
  11. 11. LESSONS Lesson #9: We Must Only Worship God Lesson #10: Attendance Of Worship Lesson #11: Our Dress In Worship Lesson #12: Prayer Lesson #13: Our Giving Lesson #14: Preaching In Worship Lesson #16: Summary
  12. 12. Praise and Worship
  13. 13. Praise& Worship Introduction: • Praise and Worship should be adaily experienceand lifestyle • Praise is an appreciation, acknowledgement and expression of the actions and attributes ofsomeone or something • Praising is usually based on exhibited attributes • Praise and worship can be viewed from two perspectives, natural andspiritual • –Natural praise has everything to do with how one feels • –Spiritual praise is GodFocusedand God centered
  14. 14. Praise& Worship What isPraise? •Praise is an act of will in appreciation and gratitude of nature and the acts of God •Praise Verses in the Bible –Psalm 34:1 - Psalm 100:4 –Psalm 9:1-2 - Psalm 47:6-8 –Hebrews 13:15 Psalm 115:18 –Psalm 145:2 •Names of God can represent a profession of faith in praise unto him –Jehova Jireh – The Lord is our provider –Jehova Nissi – Lord you reign in victory -–Jehovah Rapha – be healed
  15. 15. Praise& Worship Examplesof Praise •Asaresponse to an act (Crossingof theRed Sea) – Ex15:1-21 • Asaresponse to blessing (Hannah with ason)– 1 Sam2 •Asaresponse to promise (Mary’s Promiseto bear the Messiah) – Luke1 •Always remember Goddeserves the Highest Praise– Luke 2:14
  16. 16. •Ws of Praise • Where shouldwe praise? •In private and in public, for God and Godalone •Public acknowledgement of God’s hand in our success •Testimonies are important! • When shouldwe praise? •At all times •Aslong aswe live • Why shouldwe praise? •Because we are instructed to doso •Appreciation, gratitude, humility •We want to pleasehim •Praise builds up our faith •Whom are you going to Praise? •You shall worship the Lord your God and Him only shall you serve.’ (Matt 4:10). Praise & Worship
  17. 17. Praise & Worship • What isworship • Anact of the will in surrender, adoration, acknowledging the awesomenessof theperson of God • Worship is born out ofarelationship • Worship canbe compromised by the stateof your heart • Worship canexposethe state of yourheart. • Worship is who weare
  18. 18. Praise & Worship • Factsof worship • Worship is born from your own personal relationship with God • Worship is not surface it is deep, it is drawn out • Worship is refreshing and life giving • Toenter true worship there must be true and full disclosure • Worship is from the depth of the heart. • Often asurrender • What praiseandworshipis not • All singing • Isnot alwaysemotional • Isnot what we do to wile away time before asermon
  19. 19. Praise & Worship •How to worship Worship is not limited to an act, it is a lifestyle – Rom 12:1 Worship involves devotion and commitment to God only thatis why: – Danielrefused to bow at the Nebuchadnezzar imageat the cost of fiery furnace – Esther could come before the kinguninvited and said if I perish, I perish – Why Daniel could still pray toGodashis manner wasand he wascast in the lion’s den. – Jobcould saythough Heslayme, yet will I worshipHim – When he wastold to curse Godand die, his worship wasto strong and it wasnot based on favorable circumstances • Mosesrefused to be calledthe sonof Pharaoh’s daughter and suffered affliction • David under pressure refused to kill Saul;his worship did not permit him to lay his hands on the Lord’sanointed. • Stevenwaskilled and he still forgave hisenemies Apostles were killed and did notdeny the faith • Worship Godthrough: • Tithes Offerings Obedience • Forgiving and showing love
  20. 20. Praise & Worship •Results of Worship •Victory – Psalm 9:1-3, 2 Chronicles 20 •Deliverance – Acts 16:25 •Strength– Nehemiah 8:10 •Obtain/receive – Isaiah 12:3 •Helpsusto hear Godclearer and give direction – Acts 13 •It enhancesthe Spiritual gift of God– 2Kings3:14-16 •It setsan atmosphere where the Lordinhabits and canmove – 2Chronicles 5:20 •It precedesincrease and multiplication – Psalm 67:5-6, Mark 6, Jeremiah 33:10- 12 • Personalexperiences: •Healing •Being filled with theSpirit •Success •Revelation •Quick appropriation of Godpromises
  21. 21. Lesson 1 Praise & Worship
  22. 22. The purpose of our worship is to glorify, honor, praise, exalt, and please God. Our worship must show our adoration and loyalty to God for His grace in providing us with the way to escape the bondage of sin, so we can have the salvation He so much wants to give us. The nature of the worship God demands is the prostration of our souls before Him in humble and contrite submission. James 4:6, 10 tells us, "God resists the proud, but gives grace to the humble. Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and He will lift you up". Our worship to God is a very humble and reverent action.
  23. 23. Jesus says in John 4:23-24, "But the hour is coming, and now is, when true worshippers will worship the Father in spirit and in truth, for the Father is seeking such to worship Him. God is a spirit and they that worship Him must worship Him in spirit and in truth." It doesn't say we can worship God anyway we want, but we "must worship Him in spirit and in truth". The word "must" makes it absolute. There is no other way we can worship God and be acceptable to Him. The word "must", according to Webster, expresses "an obligation, a requirement, a necessity, a certainty, and something that must be done".
  24. 24. Our very best in worship is due God and is prescribed by Him in the Bible. The worship God has prescribed is the only way we can be pleasing to Him in this life and finally attain everlasting life with Him in eternity. The Christian's worship is of the greatest importance. Worship is a time when we pay deep, sincere, awesome respect, love, and fear to the one who created us. Acts 17:24-25 says, "God who made the world and everything in it, since He is Lord of heaven and earth, does not dwell in temples made with hands, as though He needed anything, since He gives life, breath, and all things."
  25. 25. Worship should cause us to reflect on the majesty and graciousness of God and Christ, contrasted to our own unworthiness. God does not have to have our worship, but we must worship Him to please Him. Our singing, praying, studying His word, giving, and communion are designed by God to bring us closer to Him and to cause us to think more like He thinks, thus becoming more like Him. James 4:8 tells us to, "Draw near to God and He will draw near to you."
  26. 26. Our worship not only honors and magnifies God, but it is also for our own edification and strength. Worship helps us develop a God-like and Christ-like character. We become like unto those we admire and worship. When we worship God we tend to value what God values and gradually take on the characteristics and qualities of God, but never to His level. As Philippians 2:5 says, "Let this mind be in you which was also in Christ." How do we take on the mind of Christ? In Romans 12:2 we read, "And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind." We renew our mind as we study and meditate on God's word and worship Him.
  27. 27. As we are told in Colossians 3:2 to, "Set your mind on things above, and not on things on the earth."
  28. 28. QuestionsLesson1 ThePurposeOfOurWorshipOfGod
  29. 29. Lesson 2 Praise & Worship
  30. 30. Introduction: • Though there are a handful of words that we cannot translate as well as we would like, most of the time the word praise refers to one of SIX Hebrew words or one of THREE Greek words. • To fully understand what it means to praise the Lord, we need to look at each of those Hebrew and Greek words.
  31. 31. 1. Halal • Halal is the primary Hebrew word for praise. • Our word "hallelujah" comes from this word. • It means "to be clear, to shine, to boast, to rave, or to celebrate." • Psalms 150:1 - Praise (halal) the Lord! Praise (halal) God in his sanctuary; Praise (halal) him in his mighty expanse.
  32. 32. 1. Halal • This type of praise tends to include speaking some word that gives glory to God. • Saying “Amen,” “Hallelujah,” “Praise the Lord,” or “Glory to God” would be examples of how this aspect of praise could be used. • Halal praise is not necessarily loud, nor does it need to draw attention to itself. • It tends to be spontaneous and wells up from deep within us in response to something the Spirit reveals to us in the moment
  33. 33. 2. Shabach • Shabach is a Hebrew word that means, "to shout, to address in a loud tone, to command, or to triumph." • Psalms 145:4 - One generation shall praise (shabach) Your works to another and declareYour mighty acts. • Isaiah 12:6 - Cry aloud and shout (shabach) for joy, O inhabitant of Zion, For great in your midst is the Holy One of Israel.
  34. 34. 2. Shabach • This aspect of praise is similar to Halal, but it is never quiet. It is always loud! • Though some people’s personalities are quiet and therefore they may not use this aspect of praise often, for those who tend to have loud personalities anyway, this helps them channel their energy toward the Lord instead of worldly things. • After all, better to SHOUT for the Lord than to shout for the world!
  35. 35. 3. Yadah and Towdah • Yadah is a Hebrew word which means, "to extend a hand, or to throw out the hand." • Towdah comes from the word Yadah and means the same thing but is specifically focused on adoration or worship of God. • Psalms 63:1 - So I will praise You as long as I live; I will (yadah) lift up my hands in Your name.
  36. 36. 4. Barak • Barak is a Hebrew word that means "to kneel down and bless God as an act of adoration.” • Psalms 95:6 - O come let us worship and bow down; let us kneel (barak) before the Lord our maker. • 1 Chronicles 29:20 - Then David said to all the assembly, "Now praise (barak) the Lord your God." And all the assembly praised (barak) the Lord, the God of their fathers, and bowed low and did homage to the Lord.
  37. 37. 4. Barak • This can be done privately at home when one kneels to pray. • This can be done publicly at a kneeling bench. • This can be done spontaneously by kneeling anywhere at anytime. • The point of this type of praise is that we humble ourselves before the King of Kings by kneeling before Him in acknowledgement that He is greater than we are and deserves honor.
  38. 38. 5. Zamar • Zamar is a Hebrew word that means "to pluck the strings of an instrument.” • It was mostly used in connection with playing musical instruments in joyful expressions of worship. • Psalms 57:8-9 - Awake my glory; awake harp and lyre, I will awaken the dawn! I will give thanks to You, O Lord among the peoples; I will sing praises to You among the nations. • This refers to the harp & lyre singing, not voices.
  39. 39. 6. Tehillah • Tehillah is a Hebrew word that means "to sing, especially singing hymns of the Spirit.” • Just as Zamar praise uses instruments to praise, Tehillah uses voices engaged in song. • Psalms 22:3 - YetYou are holy, You are enthroned upon the praises (tehillah) of Israel. • Psalms 33:1 - Rejoice in the Lord, o you righteous.
  40. 40. 7. Agalliao • Agalliao is a Greek word that means “to jump for joy, to leap, or to exult”. • It is sometimes translated as “rejoice” in English Bibles. • Acts 16:34 - And then the jailer brought them into his house and set food before them, and rejoiced greatly, having believed in God with his whole household. • .
  41. 41. 8. Proskuneo • Proskuneo is a Greek word that means “to prostate oneself in worship; to reverence.” It is also sometimes translated as “worship.” • Revelation 5:11-14 - Then I looked, and I heard the voice of many angels around the throne and the living creatures and the elders . . . saying with a loud voice, "Worthy is the Lamb that was slain to receive power and riches and wisdom and might and honor and glory and blessing.” . . . And the elders fell down and worshiped.
  42. 42. 9. Thriambeuo • Thriambeuo is a Greek word that means “to celebrate a victory or to triumph.” • 2 Corinthians 2:14 - Now praise be unto God, who always causes us to triumph in Christ, and makes manifest the knowledge of the Savor through us in every place we go. • This aspect of praise focuses on acknowledging a victory or triumph in our lives.
  43. 43. Conclusion: • God made many types of praise so we can all worship in ways that work for us as individuals. • Each aspect of praise can help us grow in our relationship with the Lord so we should not be afraid to experience them, but it is okay that some work better for us than others. • No one should look down anyone else for not using any particular aspect of praise since all the words are used interchangeably in scripture, demonstrating that they are all equal before God. • However we praise Him, we must keep our hearts focused on God, not on ourselves, so that we do not make it a “look at me” show.
  44. 44. Conclusion: • Most of these aspects of praise can be done by anyone, though a few may be limited by skill or personality type. • All of them can be done privately or in a group, though one type of praise (thriambeuo) is more effective in a group than in private. • The key to all of these various aspects of praise is to keep the focus on the Lord, not on ourselves