The Difference between Congregational Worship and a Concert


The Difference between Congregational Worship and a Concert. Of course, whenever the Bible refers to worship, it refers to humbling or prostrating yourself before God. It doesn’t refer to what is actually praise (the standing and singing that we do as a congregation). Let us not confuse worship with praise. Both are things we should be doing, but they’re definitely not the same thing. The two best examples of worship are Isaiah in Isaiah 6 and John in Revelation 1:17. The Psalms give us great examples of praise.

 

2 thoughts on “The Difference between Congregational Worship and a Concert

  1. There’s nothing in scripture that indicates praise is worship or that worship is praise. I realize that we so often confuse the two, but, based strictly on the Hebrew and Greek words used in scripture, worship is not praise or giving or anything other than humbling or prostrating yourself before God.

  2. Praise is part of worship, a form of worship as is giving, as is, in the broad sense, serving others in Christ’s name. I don’t think one can confuse praise with worship since praise is actually a part of worship. Yes, there is the prostration before God, but many other actions would qualify as worship. I never indicated intelligence is a sin, brother.

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