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Morning Praise and Worship songs 2019 / Best Christian Gospel music 2019

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Morning Praise and Worship songs 2019 / Best Christian Gospel music 2019

Praise and Worship: What’s the Difference?

Praise and Worship
Your personal praise and worship you do during the week should enhance your corporate praise and worship on Sunday mornings. The corporate praise and worship you do on Sunday morning should enhance your personal praise and worship all week long. You should enter into His gates with thanksgiving and into His courts with praise. So, you see you bring praise to church with you instead of coming “to get your praise on.”

What is Praise?
Praise means “to commend, to applaud or to magnify.” Praise to God is an expression of worship, lifting up and glorifying God. It is an expression of humbling ourselves and centering our attention upon the Lord with heartfelt expressions of love, adoration, and thanksgiving. High praises bring our spirit into a pinnacle of fellowship and intimacy with God. It magnifies our awareness of our spiritual union with the Most High God. Praise transports us into the realm of the supernatural and into the power of God.
Praise has more to do with music than worship does. Scriptures such as 1 Samuel 10, 1 Samuel 16, 2 Kings 3 and 1 Chronicles 25 teach us that music served as an instrument to release God’s power and prophetic anointing. The Israelites at the wall of Jericho and Gideon’s army used music with their praise to bring down God’s mighty presence.
Praise is NEVER silent. It is ALWAYS vocal. You have to say it; that is if you have breath. It is not praise unless it is audible

Many Actions of Praise
There are many actions involved with praise to God — verbal expressions of adoration and thanksgiving, singing, playing instruments, shouting, dancing, lifting or clapping our hands.
True praise is not “merely” going through these motions. Genuine praise to God should not be an outward show. It is a matter of humility and sincere devotion to the Lord that comes from within. Jesus calls those hypocrites who do it just for show. (Matthew 23:25).
What is Worship?
The true meaning of the word ‘worship’ in the Old Testament meant to “bow down, to prostrate oneself, to look toward, or kiss toward”. These descriptions tell us that worship is both the heart’s attitude and physical action before or towards God. It involves our whole being. It is a word that describes our relationship with God. Worship comes from the word “worthy.”

Personal worship is not complete worship. Personal worship creates a desire for corporate worship. “O magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt his name together.” (Psalm. 34:3)

Genuine personal worship must and will lead to corporate worship. Perhaps this is because no individual worshiper can provide sufficient response to God’s majesty. The fullness of God’s nature requires a response from the diversity of the body of Christ. As individuals begin to appreciate God’s character in personal worship, they are driven to corporate worship.
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Many Actions of Praise
There are many actions involved with praise to God — verbal expressions of adoration and thanksgiving, singing, playing instruments, shouting, dancing, lifting or clapping our hands.
True praise is not “merely” going through these motions. Genuine praise to God should not be an outward show. It is a matter of humility and sincere devotion to the Lord that comes from within. Jesus calls those hypocrites who do it just for show.
Praise is NEVER silent!
What is Worship?
The true meaning of the word ‘worship’ in the Old Testament meant to “bow down, to prostrate oneself, to look toward, or kiss toward”. These descriptions tell us that worship is both the heart’s attitude and physical action before or towards God. It involves our whole being. It is a word that describes our relationship with God. Worship comes from the word “worthy.”

Personal worship is not complete worship. Personal worship creates a desire for corporate worship. “O magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt his name together.” (Psalm. 34:3)

Genuine personal worship must and will lead to corporate worship. Perhaps this is because no individual worshiper can provide sufficient response to God’s majesty. The fullness of God’s nature requires a response from the diversity of the body of Christ. As individuals begin to appreciate God’s character in personal worship, they are driven to corporate worship.
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Morning, Worship songs, Gospel music

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