Psalm They also do no iniquity: they walk in his ways. Psalm Let all the earth fear the LORD: let all the inhabitants of the world stand in awe of him. Psalm ,11 Thou, even thou, art to be feared: and who may stand in thy sight when once thou art angry? Let all the earth tremble before him. Tremble before Him, all the earth. Tremble before him, all the earth! Tremble before him, all the earth. All the Earth will shake from before him! Tremble in his presence, all the earth! Brenton Septuagint Translation Worship the Lord in his holy court: let all the earth tremble before him.
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STUDY ONE: WORSHIP AND THE HOLINESS OF GOD
We commonly think of the holiness of God as referring to his moral purity and perfection. The concept of holiness, however, has a broader and more impactive meaning. When the Old Testament teaches us that God is holy, his moral goodness is only a part of that description. He is the only one of his kind: he is holy: he is totally set apart. He has no equal. His beauty, his goodness, his perfection, his power, his majesty are all unequalled and unparalleled. He cannot be likened to anything or anyone, for there is nothing and no one like him — there is nothing up there on the same level as he is to which he can be compared.
Jesus spoke these words to a woman at a well after she attempted to draw Jesus into a debate about the proper place of worship. For centuries, Jews and Samaritans disagreed about the location of the proper place to truly worship God. The response of Jesus is not meant to imply that worship is merely a personal preference, though our consumer-driven culture may prefer that interpretation. Our geographic locations are secondary to our relational location to Jesus Christ, who the Father has sent in order to reveal Himself and His ways to us most clearly. Methods and styles of worship are not unimportant, but they are far less significant than our authentic desire to focus our lives upon the ways of God. This is where holiness informs worship. We worship God for the same reasons that Samaritans and Jews and Christians throughout history have done so: because God is uniquely good, holy, and loving. We exalt God and recognize His worth, thereby recognizing the worthiness of His ways even over our own.
By Lenora McWhorter. A Christ-centered is one that sees God in everything even the mundane things, and do all things for His glory. In our weakness we are aware of His strength. Where can I go and meet with God? Psalms