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Lesson 7: Worship in the Psalms (Psalms 19, 49 & 73) — Have you noticed that our recent worship studies are focused on our personal reasons for worshiping God? We worship Him because of what He has done for us! These personal reasons for worship bring tears of joy and gratitude to my eyes. But, are these personal reasons for worship “selfish?” After all, Satan told God that Job’s worship was for selfish reasons. (Job 1:9-10.) What if you believe that God has let you down? What if life has not gone right, even though you think that you have been faithful? Let’s plunge into our study of the Bible to explore worship beyond our personal reasons! More…
Recent Bible Studies on Worship
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We are currently studying Worship. Below are links to the available lessons in this series. New studies are posted every Friday.
- Lesson 6: Worship and Song and Praise (Psalms 32 & 51, 2 Samuel 22)
- Lesson 5: Happy Are You, Israel! (Leviticus 9-10, Romans 8, 1 Samuel 15)
- Lesson 4: Rejoicing Before the Lord: the Sanctuary and Worship (Exodus 25, Hebrews 10)
- Lesson 3: The Sabbath and Worship (Genesis 1-2, Exodus 20, Colossians 1)
- Lesson 2: Worship and the Exodus: Understanding Who God Is (Exodus 3, 20 & 32, 1 Chronicles 15, 2 Samuel 6)
- Lesson 1: Worship in Genesis: Two Classes of Worshipers (Genesis 4 & 22)
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