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Monday, June 12, 2017

How To Worship God According To His Will

  • Why Must We Serve God?:
          -How to worship God according to His divine will is a tremendously important question that any truly studious, born-again Christian should ever ask and ponder. This is especially true when we live in a world that is drunk on the bottle of sin. God is the only Life Jacket that will prevent us from sinking and drowning in this world of sin and delusion. How to worship God according to His will is a paramount matter of spiritual discernment. The vehicle of our eternal destiny travels on the fuel of our decisions that we execute in this life. Which road will you take: the broad or the narrow way (Matthew 7:13-14)?
  • How Do we Serve The Lord?:
          -We first must be converted to Christianity before we can be united with the spiritual family of God and eat at the table of salvation. We must have faith before we can love, know, and serve the God of the Bible. It is from salvation that we experience the sanctifying work of the Holy Spirit. We then get baptized to display our commitment and dedication to being fools for Christ's sake. We must pick up our crosses and obey Him.
              +Prayer: our spiritual channel to direct communication with God.
              +Praise: appreciation and celebration for what God has done for us.
              +Devotional study of the Scriptures and logical principles to understand God's will.
              +Teaching and preaching Christianity.
              + Upholding all of the essential doctrines of the Christian religion
              +Doing good deeds for others/displaying good Christian character
              +Weekly worship services which consists of:
                       ^ Free will offerings (1 Corinthians 16:1-2)
                       ^ Communion Supper (Acts 20:7)
                       ^A sermon and Scripture study
                       ^Offering up of prayers and bowing before God (1 Corinthians 14:15-16)
                       ^ Hymns or songs of praise (Ephesians 5:19-20; Colossians 3:16)

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