God Is Worthy of Worship (1 of 40) by Jesus Culture Resources
This content is part of a series.God Is Worthy of Worship (1 of 40)
Series: Emerge: Kingdom
Banning Liebscher and Jesus Culture Resources
Revelation 4:1-11; Psalm 19
''Don't ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.'' - Howard Thurman
Think about the main thing that inspires you. What is it that really makes you tick, that moves you to action?
Humans are passionate beings. That's how God made us. When something catches our eye that is truly beautiful and awesome, we can't hold back our reckless pursuit of more.
The world is constantly fighting for our attention. We are bombarded with pictures, messages, and ideas vying for our passion - for our hearts. The question is, What is worthy of your heart and mind? What will you worship?
Main Scriptures: Revelation 4:1-11
- Focus on verse 8 for God's holiness and eternal existence.
- Focus on verses 9-11 for God's worthiness to be praised.
- Focus on verses 1-4 for creation's declaration of God's glory.
EQUIP: God is glorious, and He is worthy of all our worship!
Teaching Point 1: Creation declares God's glory (Psalm 19:1).
- David writes that God's glory is actually declared from the heavens (Psalm 19:1-4).
- God is worthy of all worship and praise because He is the Creator and Engineer of all things.
King David writes in Psalm 19 that God's creation is like a teacher proclaiming how wonderful God is. Psalm 19:1 says, ''The heavens proclaim the glory of God. The skies display his craftsmanship.''
Many things in the world reach out for our attention. It is easy to get distracted by all the exciting things going on around us. Take some time to consider how awesome God's creation is, and give Him worship and praise because He made all these things for us!
Here are some outrageous facts about our universe:
According to NASA, there are billions of galaxies. Some galaxies are so far away from ours that the light ...
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