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Six Factors That Will Contribute To Unified Worship in the Coming Millennial Kingdom

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Idols and false worship will be removed. Zechariah 13:2 says,  “And it will come about in that day,” declares the Lord of hosts, “that I will cut off the names of the idols from…

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Praying the Pilgrim Songs: Psalm 122:1-3

Psalm 122:1-3 I was glad when they said to me, “Let us go to the house of the Lord.” 2 Our feet are standing Within your gates, O Jerusalem, 3 Jerusalem, that is built As a city that is compact … Continue reading

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5 Things to Do While In Solitude

  When you have found a place of solitude to be alone with God, it is best that you have some idea what you will do—the activities that will make up your quiet time. Here are five suggestions. 1. Meditate … Continue reading

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Quiet Time: Exemplified By Jesus

A quiet time is just that—a special time that we have set aside to be quiet.  It is a time that we have planned and set aside to be alone with God in silence, without distractions, for the purpose of … Continue reading

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Hebrew Words for Praise — Barak

Praise as adoration (from barak).  According to Erpestad in his Ten Studies in Prayer, “Adoration overlaps with praise in its meaning, yet it goes even further in its contemplation of the glory of God.  In adoration, the worshipper permits his … Continue reading

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Hebrew Words for Praise — Halal

Praise as jubilation (from halal).  This Hebrew word halal, found more than 160 times in the Old Testament, is in most cases translated as praise, and gives us the idea of celebration, singing, shouting, boasting, and jubilation.  Whereas praise as … Continue reading

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Hebrew Words for Praise – Yadah

In general terms, praise may be defined as approval or admiration toward someone.  Praise to God is the acknowledgement of who He is.  It is exalting Him and thanking Him for His attributes and His ways.  It is expressing to … Continue reading

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