Ways we Express our Worship

 Expressions of Worship 

People may express their worship in different ways. 

For example: 

Clapping Hands  - (Psalm 7:1) “Clap your Hands, all Peoples! Shout to God with loud songs of joy!”  

Raising Hands - is an outward expression of giving to and receiving from God. 

(1 Timothy 2:8) “I will therefore that men pray everywhere, lifting up holy hands”  

Standing - is a symbol of respect. 

(Psalm 134:1-) “ Come bless the LORD , all you servants of the Lord, who stand by night in the house of the LORD!”

Kneeling or Bowing - is a sign of reverence.

(Philippians 2:10) “At the name of Jesus every knee should bow”

(Ephesians 3:14) “ I bow the knees before the Father” 

Dancing - (Psalm 150:4) “ Praise Him with the tambourine and dance”

Some folk get so excited with God that their feet just cannot stay still and they “dance” before the Lord. This was a common practise in the Bible - were all these expressions.


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