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July 18, 2014 by Kyle Davis 0 comments

Expressiveness in Worship

There is a reason that the first post in this three part series was on preparing our hearts for worship and the fact that every aspect of our lives during the week is a form of worshiping the Creator. We were created to worship God and we are emotional creatures, but just as in everything else we are called to do, we are to direct those around us to God’s glory and not our own. Our expressiveness in worship is no exception! If we are clapping our hands, singing, bowing before God, kneeling, lifting hands, shouting, playing instruments or dancing (Ps. 47:1; Eph. 5:19; Ps. 95:6; Ps. 134:2; Ps. 33:1;Rev. 15:2; Ps. 149:3; Ps. 22:23) so that others are impressed by our acts of worship then it is but a loud clanging cymbal that does not reflect the heart of a true worshiper. We worship God because we are no longer slaves to our sin. We are free in Christ and our identity is wrapped up in who He is. And the fact that He is now living in us means that our lives are a reflection of that! One of my favorite lines in a song is by Matt Redman: “It’s the overflow of a forgiven soul, and now we’ve seen You God. Our hearts cannot stay silent!” Our words should be confirmed by our actions. If we confess with our mouths that Jesus Christ is Lord then our bodies and our actions should confirm that. If I were to say to my wife that I love her and not confirm that with my actions then my words don’t really mean that much to her....Keep Reading

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