Worship can take many different forms, depending on the beliefs and practices of the person or group performing the worship. (Matt. 28:9) In general, worship involves expressing reverence, admiration, or devotion to a higher power or deity and can be a private or personal act or a communal or public one. (John 4:23-24) It can involve singing, praying, chanting, making offerings, or performing other Christian acts. Worship can also be a way of expressing gratitude or thanksgiving to a higher power.
There is no person in the church today who can say they've met God's required standard of purity. By definition, purity means “ ... Pure worship is Scripturally grounded
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4wyU6GTCPE Does God Attend Sports Events? Is God an Oakland Raiders Fan? Is God a Chicago Bulls Fan? Is God a Cincinnati Reds Fan, Is God an Ohio State Football Fan? Football players have long prayed after scoring a touchdown. These same players huddle in prayer after a game as well. However, some of these... Continue Reading →
The question that we might ask ourselves is “Am I among his servants or his foes?” (Oswalt 2003) We might go on once more and ask the question that Jesus asked, “When the Son of Man comes, will he find faith on earth?” (Lu 18:8) Do we currently see a restoration of pure worship today within Christianity?