The Biggest Worship Mistake Ever


Everyone, everywhere seems to have an extremely detailed opinion of what or how worship is supposed to be.  Interestingly enough, most of these opinions do not refer to true worship in a biblical sense, but are more about music style, sermon methodology, tradition (or the absence thereof), and permissible clergy clothing.

However, when Isaiah saw the Lord in Isaiah 6, he experienced the greatness of God, realized the extent of his own sinfulness, and witnessed his sin being atoned for.  The end result of his worship experience was when Isaiah said “Here am I, send me.”

God shaped us after Himself so that we could experience His presence and accomplish His purposes.  When we realize who He is and all that He has done for us, our only reasonable response to Him is worship and absolute surrender.

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4 thoughts on “The Biggest Worship Mistake Ever

  1. Worship, true worship, where we can forget about the music, the feeling, the thoughts that run through our head and just focus on Who He is and Who we are singing to and about is the greatest experience – at least for me- that I can
    really lose my self in. I love that old chorus- Forget about yourself and —- worship Me.

  2. Could I find out more about the picture that was used at the beginning of this article? I saw it and was very moved…

    • Hi, Chris. It’s a great picture, isn’t it? I like it as well.
      If I remember correctly, I believe that one of my friends, church members, or readers sent me that picture. People often send me inspirational pictures connected with worship or funny pictures of signs. I believe it’s called worship1.
      I hope this helped.
      Thanks for checking out my blog.

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