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Preparing to Encounter God

Hebrews 13:15 – “By Him therefore let us offer the sacrifice of praise to God continually, that is, the fruit of our lips giving thanks to His name.”

John 4:23 – “The hour is coming, and now is, when the true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and truth, for the Father is seeking such to worship Him.”

Psalm 146:1-2 – “Praise the Lord. Praise the Lord, my soul. I will praise the Lord all my life. I will sing praise to my God as long as I live.”

1 Corinthians 14:15 – “I will sing with my spirit, but I will also sing with my understanding.”


How Do I Prepare for Worship?

Be Prepared to Receive
Every time we gather as the Body Christ, God will speak to us as His word is preached, sung, read, and studied. Hearing from God is a weighty and glorious thing. Just read Exodus 19–20. To see God for who he is, to be overwhelmed by his greatness and holiness, to experience his presence, to see his boundless love and mercy, to encounter what should make our hearts tremble. Through Jesus, we can boldly come and receive (Hebrews 10:19–22), but confidence does not equal casualness. Prepare by asking God to help you receive his revelation with gratefulness and humility.
Be Prepared to Respond

When God reveals himself to us, things happen. Experiencing God leads us to respond (Isaiah 6:8). Rather than being a spectator or a passive participant, our hearts are moved to worship because we have once again seen the beauty, greatness, holiness, mercy, and love of our God. We sing to him, confess our sins, receive his word preached, take communion, and give our finances, all in grateful response to seeing who God is and what he has done for us in Jesus.

Prepare for worship by asking that God would help you rightly respond to him.

Be Prepared to Edify Others

Our worship doesn’t stop when the singing ends, or the preacher says, “Amen.” It continues as we greet, encourage, serve, pray for, exhort, and care for one another. God chooses to use people to edify his body (1 Corinthians 14:26). You and me. Isn’t that amazing? Do you come to church expecting that God will use you? It might be as you serve practically, it might be as you take two minutes to pray for a friend, or greet a new person, or encourage a child. You have a part to play. Prepare to gather with your church family by asking God how he might use you to edify his church.

So how do you prepare for worship? Come ready to encounter God and respond to him in glad and grateful worship with your heart and life.

Preparing for the Message

As you prepare to receive a message from the Word of God make sure you have the following:

A Prepared Heart and Mind

A Bible

Pen and Paper

Openness to it's Truth


Sunday 11:00am 
Worship Service Archive

January 5, 2020

Dr. Mike Fox

"Jonah: Rebellion"

January 12, 2020

Dr. Mike Fox

"Jonah: Our God - Idol Smasher"

January 19, 2020

Dr. Mike Fox

"Jonah: A Sacrifice of Thanksgiving"

January 26, 2020

Dr. Mike Fox

"Jonah: Bad News and a Merciful God"

February 2, 2020

Dr. Mike Fox

"Jonah: Unrighteous Anger vs a Merciful God"

February 9, 2020

Dr. Mike Fox

"Amos: Word of God Speak"

February 16, 2020

Dr. Mike Fox

"A Rebel Response & God's Final Act"

February 23, 2020

Dr. Mike Fox

"Amps: A Righteous Response"

March 1, 2020

Dr. Mike Fox

"Amos: Chose Your Terms"

March 8, 2020

Dr. Mike Fox

"Amos: The Funeral"

2019 Worship Service Archive

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2018 Worship Service Archive

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