The Light of Christ Journey

Encouraging people on their journey with Christ

The first Biblical usage of the word worship occurs in Genesis 22. There Abraham tells his servant that he and Isaac are going farther up the mountain to worship. The Hebrew word used for worship here is shachah.[1] This word means to “bow down.” It is used in Genesis 18 when Abraham bows in front …

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At the dedication of the rebuilt wall, the people demonstrated an overflow of thankful hearts in their worship. In the Old Testament times, the Temple was where the people thought God came from the spiritual realm to inhabit a physical structure. They derived this picture during the Exodus when God led them by a cloud …

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From our story of the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem, we can see that worship was important to the people. King David had left a legacy of worship that still influenced the worship 500 years later. What is a legacy? Merriam-Webster defines legacy as, “something that happened in the past or that comes from …

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Did you know that meeting with God in worship is our Lord’s desire? The King of Kings and the Lord of Lords knows your name and desires to meet with you in worship! Wow, that is amazing. Psalm 95:1 Come, let us sing to the Lord! Let us shout joyfully to the Rock of our salvation.[1] …

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