The word “worship” is defined as “reverence or an act of reverence offered a divine being or supernatural power.” By this definition, we all know that worship is not contained merely in a song, a prayer, or an act. It isn’t just a lifestyle. It is life! Our life is purposed to be “reverence offered to a divine being or supernatural power.”
We are all worshipers.
In John chapter 4, when Jesus has a conversation with a Samaritan woman, He reveals to her and to us that all people are worshipers of something, but “the hour is coming, and is now here, when the true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and truth, for the Father is seeking such people to worship him.” Worship of the God of the Bible is the thing that we were created for, and it is the thing that Jesus restores us to in His life, death, and resurrection, which we refer to as “the gospel,” or “good news.”
When we talk about worship as it pertains to how we think about what we do when we gather together on a given occasion, we are really talking about the corporate declaration of the content of the gospel.
As a result, the following are some of our key considerations.