Our worship team are devoted singers and professional musicians, that have so much passion a and serve God with humbleness ans humility. Every service they try to bring you closer to God’s presence with hymns, Psalms, Praise and Worship songs.
What is worship?
Many of us are familiar with this story of Saul’s disobedience. But notice that Saul’s excuse for disobeying the Lord was so that he could allegedly worship the Lord by offering sacrifices of the cattle and sheep he took from the Amalekites. This is when the Lord, through Samuel, makes the memorable statement “Does the LORD delight in burnt offerings and sacrifices as much as in obeying the voice of the LORD? To obey is better than sacrifice, and to heed is better than the fat of rams.” I believe this is a lesson for Christians today.
In many churches around the world the concept of “worship” has been redefined and narrowed to mean the time when Christians come together to sing songs, raise their hands, dance around, and get all excited about the Lord together in church. For most of the younger postmodernist relativistic generation the concept of “worship” has become a thing you do once or twice a week to absolve yourself of guilt. The more you can work yourself into a state of bliss in feeling like you are really achieving a state of “worship” by letting yourself go in the music and rhythm of the “worship” time, the more you can justify what you are doing the rest of the week when you are not “worshipping” God. This “worship” then becomes an excuse and justification process whereby Christians can rid themselves of the guilt of not obeying the Lord in their lives. This is not to say that true worship is not done in the time now called “worship”. It can be a time of worship, but worship without obedience is no worship at all.
The Bible defines worship and sacrifice as obedience. We worship God by obeying the Lord. We prove we love Him by our obedience to His Word and to the Holy Spirit.