|Worship is more than a “song service” – it’s a way of life.|
There may be some things that happen during our worship service that may seem unusual to you. We want to share with you biblically the way the Lord showed us how to worship.
Clapping & Shouting
The psalms encourage us to respond to revelation of the nearness of God’s Presence and the power of His triumph with expressions of Joy, clapping and shouting. Psalms 47:1, 9:11, 32:11, 132:9
The Psalms also encourage us to respond to the revelation of God’s Majesty by bowing down before Him in worship. Psalms 95:6
Raising Our Hands
The practice of quieting our souls is also encouraged in the psalms. In the stillness we acknowledge that God alone is exalted. In the Spirit, we gaze into the beauty of who He is and what it means to have Him in our lives. Psalms 27:1, 46:10, 143:5
Banners and Flags
Raising and waving banners and flags celebrate the triumph of His Name, Jesus. It is a way of marching forward in the strength of the Lord and declaring “The King is in the house” and He is Lord of our lives.
Dance, Instruments & the Arts
The Psalmist encouraged all kinds of artistic and joyful expression to communicate the greatness, glory, power, majesty and dominion of God.