Defining Worship: Knowing God
Defining Worship: Knowing God
Psalm 29; Hebrews 12:28
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Sunday Afternoon Service,  June 8, 2014

If we are going to think with discernment about worship, then we must first determine what worship is. The worship of God’s people is illustrated for us in Psalm 29, at the very juncture where the worshipers cry, “Glory!” Yet we can worship as this psalm suggests only when we meet two qualifications that are implied in the definition of worship: first, we must know the God whom we worship.

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