by James Merritt

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It's All About Him (2 of 8)
Series: Building Blocks
James Merritt
John 4:19-24


1. The man who wrote ''The Heart of Worship'' is Matt Redmon, a worship leader in England. His pastor was trying to teach his church the real meaning of worship, and to show that worship is more than music. He did not allow any singing in their services for a period of time, while they learned to worship the Lord in other ways. During that time God moved on his heart to write this classic song. Listen one more time to these words:

I'm coming back to the heart of worship,
And it's all about you,
It's all about you, Jesus.
I'm sorry, Lord, for the thing I've made it,
When it's all about you,
It's all about you, Jesus.

2. You may not know this, but the last positive command ever given in the Bible are two words found in Rev. 22:9: ''Worship God.'' In this passage we are going to study this morning, John 4, we find the only time in the Bible where we are told that God seeks anything from His children. All things we are told the Father is seeking worship. More than your wealth, your work, or your witness, God wants your worship.

3. If anyone should know anything about worship it would be the one we worship, the Lord Jesus Christ. John 4 records a conversation that Jesus had with a woman at a well. He took the opportunity to share with this woman the truth about a subject that radically and eternally changed her life, and can do the same for you-the subject of worship. I am convinced the average Christian does not understand the concept of worship, and practices real worship far less than he or she thinks. If you want to worship God the way He desires, deserves, and demands to be worshiped, you need to learn the truths that Jesus shared with this woman.

I. Be Flexible In Where You Worship

1. ''The woman said to Him, 'Sir, I perceive that You are a prophet.
Our fathers worshiped on this mountain, and you Jews say that in Jerusalem is the place where ...

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