When we believe the correct things about the Almighty God, our primary response must be praise and adoration. In a world where so many things beg for our attention, focus, and admiration, there is only One who deserves honor and glory.
As the Spirit fills us with the knowledge of God (Eph 3:14-19; 5:18), the first natural result is singing an abundant variety of songs with one another and making beautiful melodies to the Lord. At Clermont Baptist Church we seek to engage the minds of our guests and members, pulling their attentions toward the Lord and giving them opportunity to praise Him.
If you would like to know more about how we orchestrate our worship service, you can read about it here. Our Worship Team volunteers much time and energy in order to lead guests and members to a mindset of humility and adoration before our God. If you are interested in joining this team, you can sign up here.
Of course, “worship” extends beyond singing to include all aspects of life that ascribe worth or value to God. Romans 12:1-2 pleads with believers to present their entire lives to God as an act of worship. By choosing a path of holiness and not conformity to the world’s standards of morality, a Christian demonstrates that God is infinitely valuable. When we view God as supreme over all things, honoring Him will overflow into our speech, our actions, and our thoughts, in addition to our songs on Sunday morning.