Do you know how the children of Israel worshipped?


Bible References

Have you wonder about Israel Worshipped during Biblical Times? Praise is an important part of worship for every true worshipper according to John 4:24 which said to express it “in spirit and in truth.” Your understanding mixed with faith in God’s word, you can have a genuine worship experience. Here is a quick reference for you to look up during your personal bible study time:

Clapping hands (Psalm 47:1, 98:8; Isaiah 55:12)

Dancing (1 Chronicles 15:29; 2 Samuel 6:14; Psalms 149:3; Psalms 150:4)

Lifting up hands (Psalms 134; 141:2; Lamentations 3:41)

Ministry of Levites before the Ark ( 1 Chronicles 6:37 & 16:6)

Musicians and instruments (1 Chronicles 23:5 & 25:1-7)

Praise ( I Chronicles 16:4, 36)

Psalms (1 Chronicles 16:9, Psalms 98:6)

Recording (1 Chronicles 16:4, 28:12, 19)

Rejoicing and joy (1 Chronicles 16:10, 16, 25, 31)

Saying Amen (1 Chronicles 16:36)

Saying Praise the Lord (1 Chronicles 16:36; 2 Chronicles 20:21; Psalm 117:1; Romans 15:11)

Singers and singing (1 Chronicles 15:16-27 & 25:1-7)

Seeking the Lord (1 Chronicles 16:10-11; 2 Chronicles 7:14)

Shouting (I Chronicles 15:28; Psalms 47:1, 5; Isaiah 12:6)

Spiritual sacrifices (Psalms 27:6, 1 Peter 2:3-5; Hebrews 13:15,16)

Thanking the Lord (1 Chronicles 16:4, 8, 41)

Worship (1 Chronicles 16:29, Psalms 29:1-2 & 95:6)

 

If you would like to add to this page, let me know. It is important that every reference is added for bible study.  Helping and encourage young Believers in Christ get the answers they need to growth up spiritually. Remember God is looking for genuine heart worship from everyone by faith through the knowledge of His son, Jesus Christ.

Praise the Lord!



Photo Credit: Greek Orthodox priests celebrating Easter at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem by Shmuel Bar-Am

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