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by Benjamin Munsell on September 17, 2018
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But the hour cometh, AND NOW IS, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeketh such to WORSHIP him. GOD is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him IN SPIRIT AND IN TRUTH. John 4:23-24. This comes under the heading of, "on a personal note", and is not to tell anyone "how" to worship the Lord. Like, "here's my recipe for pancakes". There are many recipes and mine is only one. You use what works best for you. Either way, just Praise the Lord in Spirit and in Truth, and you'll, Be Blessed. "Lord, I Praise You and Honor You, and Worship You, for You Are Who You say You Are, YOU ARE LORD GOD ALMIGHTY". (period). That's the Best I can offer the Lord in Praise, Honour, and Worship. Other things are True, but not as "high". Again, for me, and here's why. Yes, He is Lord of Lords, and that compares Him to other lessor lords. He is Ruler of Heaven and Earth, that's Ruler over His Creation, and compared to God, His creation is pretty puny. He is Creator of EVERYTHING. That's good, but the fact is, He's Greater than what He has created. These are all Good, and very True, but they are only a comparison of God to other things. To say that God is Greater, in itself is a comparison of something, to God. To recognize that, GOD IS, puts Him near the top, but to recognize Him as God is LORD GOD ALMIGHTY, is, (in my mind), the Height of Praise And Worship In Spirit And In Truth. I personally know of no other Crowning Praise than that. And not as mere words, this is an Intimacy with the Lord in your Prayer Closet with A Passionate Desire to Worship Him that can be found nowhere else. Please understand, these are thoughts that work for me personally as I am just sharing MY thoughts. Other than, In Spirit and in Truth, there are no commands in the Bible on how to Praise the Lord. Yes, with a Merry Heart and a Joyful Spirit, but no commands as to what words to use, (that I know of). PRAISE HIM, HONOUR HIM, and, Be Blessed.
 
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