When you understand that the words of the Bible where God has spoken about Himself are the best words to use in worshipping Him, your worship takes on a new meaning.
Henceforth, as you read your Bible, anything that God has said about Himself or that the patriarchs have written of their encounters of God should form the substance of your worship.
Patriarchs like Abraham and Moses had literal experiences of God’s power and they have a lot to tell us about the person of the Father. Isaac also learnt to worship through Abraham’s interaction with the Lord. For example, Jacob once referred to God as the fear of Isaac (Genesis 31:42). Since he had seen manifestations of the Father God, he could testify of Him accordingly; not to testify of Him would have been shallowness on his part.
When God parted the Red Sea, Moses sang the famous song in Exodus 15:11, “Who is like unto thee, O LORD, among the gods? Who is like thee, glorious in holiness, fearful in praises, doing wonders?” Before their very eyes, the Red Sea parted and they went on dry ground and the same God drowned the enemy as soon as they tried to follow them.
Therefore, when they said, “God is the God of all gods,” they were not making up stories.
PRAYER: Lord, I refuse to be shallow in worship; I will intentionally worship You according to Your majesty henceforth, in Jesus’ name.
BIBLE IN A YEAR: Numbers 10:1-11:23, Mark 14:1-21, Psalm 51:1-19, Proverbs 10:31-32