The Purpose of Worship (Why we have Group Worship)
1. Attribute Worth to God
2. To Inspire to know God better
3. Praise for Who He is
God’s most obvious effort in self-revelation can be found in our own mirrors. Of course, he is not flesh and blood. He is, as Jesus told the woman at the well, a Spirit. He is omnipresent, omnipotent, omniscient, and holy.
Nowhere in the Bible is there a reference to the body of God. The closest representation of that is the body of Christ, Christ the Messiah, God Incarnate, or God in the flesh. The Bible does not speak of God as having a body. But we do find numerous mentions of specific body parts.
It means that God has chosen to reveal Himself to us in concepts and ideas that we can understand. We will endeavour to understand the person and nature of God by looking at what He says about Himself in physiological and physical terms. (The Anatomy of God by Dr. Kenneth Ulmer, p 9, 10)
Spring 2015 – The Hand of God: Power toward Purpose (Ability & Authority)
Fall 2015 – The Hand of God: the Giving Hand of God (Giver)
Spring 2016 – The Hand of God: The Potter (Guidance)
Fall 2016 – The Eyes of God: He sees me (Omniscience)
Spring 2017 – The Heart of God: Beloved pursuit (Love)
Fall 2017 – The Face of God: To see you smile (Omnipresence)
Spring 2018 – The Mouth of God: A word from the wise
Fall 2018 – The Ears of God: From your lips
Spring 2019 – The Nose of God: Waiting to Inhale