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September 2019 Series
What is worship? Who is it for? When does it happen? How should it be done? What’s the point?
For the follower of Jesus, worship is a very personal thing. For hundreds of years, the body of Christ has fought and split over every aspect of worship. During the month of September, you are invited to join us as we search God’s Word and consider if there is more to worship than Sunday, Sermons, Style, and Songs.
September 1: Worship is Warfare
Old Testament Reading: Joshua 6:12-16
God’s people stood before Jericho and wondered, “How will we overcome this obstacle?” They marched around the city and wondered, “Is God really working? Am I getting anything out of this?” Do you ever worship and wonder, “Is God really working? Am I getting anything out of this?” Do you face an obstacle that seems too great for you? Then God is calling you to worship.
September 8: Worship is Evangelistic
Old Testament Reading: Psalm 105:1-2
At Prince of Peace, we believe that Christ’s call on His Church is to “Go and make disciples of all nations.” When does that happen and how does worship play a role in accomplishing the Lord’s call upon His people?
September 15: Worship is Practice (Youth Led)
New Testament Reading: Acts 16:25-26
When do you prepare for a fire? Before the fire, right? Tornado drills happen before the tornado, right? What if we thought about worship as practice? Paul and Silas were in prison and around midnight they started a worship service – IN PRISON. Where did they learn to have a worship service in prison? They practiced it in worship.
September 22: Worship is All of Life
Old Testament Reading: Psalm 19:1-14
Is worship something that you go to at a certain location and time? Or is worship a lifestyle that flows from who God is and who we are in Him?
September 29: You are What You Worship
New Testament Reading: Psalm 115:1-11
You are what you eat, right? You’re also what you worship! Worship is not just a word for what religious people do. Every single person is a worshipper and they are a reflection of what they worship. So, what or who are you worshipping?