Christians do not have the freedom to worship God in any manner that they see fit. Rather, believers must follow exactly what God has prescribed in His Word.
Corporate worship must be founded on certain principles that God has revealed and approved as acceptable worship to Him.
Jesus said for worship to be acceptable in the eyes of God it must be done in spirit and in truth (John 4:24).
The first law of worship is that worship is not external but internal. In other words, pure worship is that which takes place in the heart.
True worship isn’t merely experiential and emotional. Rather, true worship is driven by a knowledge of God and His Word.
Worship is not dependent on a particular environment or a certain type of setting. Instead, worship comes from the sincerity of the heart.
True worship must be built upon God’s truth and His truth alone. It is our understanding of who God is and what He is like that fuels our worship.
People who do not worship God do not understand Him, nor do they understand the depth and breadth of His glory.
A proper response to the greatness and glory of God is a humble submission that bows before Him at His throne.
True worship manifests itself in the praise, adoration, awe, and reverence of the only true God.
The Lord Jesus Christ teaches that worshiping God in truth requires an understanding of Him as He is revealed both in general and special revelation.
In a world adrift in a sea of relativism, Jesus Christ claims that you must worship God, and God alone.
Authentic worship isn’t built upon the traditions of men. Instead, true worship comes from an understanding of God’s truth, and from a heart that desires to know and praise Him.
If you have not truly repented from your sins, then, in reality, you have never worshiped God for a moment of your life. Repent from your sins and turn to Christ and God will accept your worship.
Christ alone is the mediator between God and men—it is only through Him that anyone can worship God.
True worship must not be generally about God, but must have as its object Jesus Christ.