These Bible Studies are all grouped by the theme recognized as, "Worship." In these studies, you will learn that the the act of worship is much more than you may have previously thought!

Entering God's Presence

 

  Why is it that many of us lament that we do not continually experience His presence? In ancient Israel, as a priest would draw near to the most Holy Place they could tell they are getting closer by simply observing the increasing glory along the way! We will learn that there is protocol to pass from one area of God’s presence into another.  We will learn the type of sacrifice that we must offer.   
God's Dwelling Place

 

  We learn about worship by closely examining the eight dwelling places of the Almighty.  As we attentively examine the tabernacle in the wilderness, we discover that it was a representation of how Christians should worship God out of the “Secret Place of the Most High.”  We examine just how the Holy of Holies is situated in the temple of our own body.  From this place we are given access into God’ presence.
Destroy the Works of Evil

 

  “Hallelujah” contains the Hebrew root “halal,” to let light shine out of darkness!  Our job is to “let light shine out of darkness!” The earth belongs to us, “the earth hath he given to the children of men” (Ps 115:16); yet, a fallen evil producing spirit realm dominates our world! How are we supposed to respond?  Rejoice! “Through God we shall do valiantly: for he it is that shall tread down our enemies!” (Ps 60:12 & 108:13). Whenever humans occupy their God-given authority under the Lord, they gain dominion over their circumstances.  In such instances, the devil has no power, “ye were sometimes darkness, but now are ye light in the Lord: walk as children of light” (Eph 5:8).  “Hallelujah!”
Worshipping in the Temple

 

  This study recognizes the “interesting” correlation between the three aspects of the Holy Temple, the three part structure of man, and the three realms of prayer identified by Jesus Christ.  The study uses this correlation to explore worship.  A by-product of the study is a fascinating analysis regarding the names of God!  We also recommend the Bible Studies entitled, “Body, Soul, and Spirit” and “Serving in the Temple of God.”