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7 Ways to increase your worship expression

1 Go to your local Christian bookstore and invest in worship music that moves your heart and makes you joyful. Don’t forget to protect your ear gates from music that can contaminate not only your physical mind, but eventually affect your spiritual heart
2 Make a point to memorize and speak out loud scriptures that declare your worship to God in your everyday conversation. “I will bless the Lord at all times continually His praise shall be continually be on my lips Psalms 34:1
3 Sing at the top of your lungs when you worship at home releasing all of your emotion and adoration unto God. Sing like no one else is listening, who cares no one else can hear you but God. “ Sing unto the Lord a new song Psalms 33:3
4 Take a worship dance class and learn how to express your worship in bodily form. Even a lyrical sign language class or a worship exercise class will help. “Praise Him in the Dance Psalms 149:3.

5 Spend some quiet time being still and listening for direction from God. This is not prayer time, but more of a biblical model of meditation. Jesus himself retreated away to spend time with the Father. “Be still and know that I am God” Psalm 46:10

6 Be sure to be on time for your worship service at your local church. There is something rewarding and exhilarating about worshipping with the body of Christ. Not to mention the harmony of sound that comes when you combine your sound with others.
7 Share your love and adoration for God with a friend, neighbor, family member or a co-worker. Don’t just talk about it but be sure to express that love in tangible ways. Give a gift, a card or even an encouraging email.

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Worship 4:23 magazine (based on John 4:23, our biblical model of worship) is a special interest publication geared towards creative worshippers, dancers, musicians, worship leaders and all who participate in creating an atmosphere of worship.

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