The Object and Objective of Our Worship: A Comparison of Old and New Testament Worship by Lenny Ports

The Object and Objective of Our Worship: A Comparison of Old and New Testament Worship
Lenny Ports

Old Testament believers worshiped:

1) out of fear of the wrath of God. Their worship consisted of bloody sacrifices being brought before a Holy God to render forgiveness for their sins.

Solomon had built God a house and dedicated it to the Lord in prayer.
2 Chronicles 7:1 When Solomon had finished praying, fire came down from heaven and consumed the burnt offering and the sacrifices; and the glory of the Lord filled the temple. 2 And the priests could not enter the house of the Lord, because the glory of the Lord had filled the Lord's house. 3 When all the children of Israel saw how the fire came down, and the glory of the Lord on the temple, they bowed their faces to the ground on the pavement, and worshiped and praised the Lord, saying: "For He is good, For His mercy endures forever." 4 Then the king and all the people offered sacrifices before the Lord. 5 King Solomon offered a sacrifice of twenty-two thousand bulls and one hundred and twenty thousand sheep. So the king and all the people dedicated the house of God. 6 And the priests attended to their services; the Levites also with instruments of the music of the Lord, which King David had made to praise the Lord, saying, "For His mercy endures forever,"whenever David offered praise by their ministry. The priests sounded trumpets opposite them, while all Israel stood.

2) when God did miraculous things for them.
(for example, when He brought them through the Red Sea)

Exodus 15:1 Then Moses and the children of Israel sang this song to the Lord, and spoke, saying: "I will sing to the Lord, For He has triumphed gloriously! The horse and its rider He has thrown into the sea!2 The Lord is my strength and song, And He has become my salvation; He is my God, and I will praise Him; My father's God, and I will exalt Him. 3 The Lord is a man of war; The Lord is His name. 4 Pharaoh's chariots and his arm ...


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