Friday, May 29, 2009

Thoughts on Worship from Two Worshippers

The lowliest worshipper has permanent significance. Who else has? Worship is the greatest act of the human spirit, the unique instinct unlike any other form of life. With worship we operate at the full human level and become more than human, truly the children of God.
Reinhard Bonnke

Because the King abides in us through His Holy Spirit, we carry His presence with us wherever we go. Therefore, every moment of every day becomes an opportunity and a reason for worship. Worship is how we handle ourselves in the presence of the King. Worship is not what we do; it is who we are! We are worshipers by nature. As the King's intimates and favorites, our entire lives should be a continuing act of worship!
Tommy Tenney

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