Whenever worship is mentioned there seems to be an immediate vision of what worship should be. That vision is generally produced from past experiences and practices. Very seldom does anyone stop to consider the possibility that what they believe to be worship may not be worship at all in the eyes of God. For many people, worship is just another form of entertainment and self-gratification. If one is to truly worship the Lord we should consider what God says is acceptable to Him. In Genesis 4:3-7, we have Cain and Abel coming before the Lord to worship; Abel's worship was accepted and Cain's rejected. In verse 7 God basically tells Cain that if he did it right he would be accepted, if not sin lies at the door. The challenge for anyone who seeks to worship the Lord is to do it right!
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ACCEPTABLE WORSHIP What Kind of Worship Does God Accept? By Dr. C. H. Snyder Dr. Snyder has put together a book that could be very helpful in your worship of God. He has laid out fact that should be known to all worshippers in an easy to understand and informative way. The book is small and will not take a long time to read. The book consists of seven chapters covering, The Mystery of Worship, The Meaning of Worship, The Method of Worship, The Enemies of Worship, The Examples of Worship, The Experience of Worship and The Results of Worship. The things covered are important and explains what the Lord expects in worship. Dr. Snyder has studied the Bible and has a concern to understand what the Bible says, to believe what it says, and to obey what it says. He shows his concern for the way people worship God in the right way by offering answers to how to worship God. He uses Bible verses to show the facts of what he is sharing. The reading of this book can help us in our worship of the Lord and help us to see that not all things that we may have learned are true worship. This book can become a guide to an understanding of what worship is and will give a new outlook on worship. I received this ebook free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255
I never thought of worship in this manner. The book has certainly caused me to think about what I thought was right.