Sermon Outline By Brian A. Yeager


Worship God Like There Is None Else


I. Introduction:

A. Have you ever watched some people approach high profile athletes, movie/music stars, or even leaders?  Who should we stand in awe of (Psalms 33:8)?

1. Weigh thisÉ  While there are some on earth we can honor (Mark 7:10 and I Peter 2:13-17), would you do so more to them than to God (Psalms 108:5 and Revelation 19:1)?

2. Think of how happy some would be to meet some special person.  How happy are when we meet with our Lord (Psalms 100:1-5 and Philippians 3:3)?

B. Keep in mind, we do not just worship God on the first day of the week in this building (John 4:20-24).

1. Wherever we pray, we are worshipping God (I Timothy 2:8).

2. Wherever we sing, we are worshipping God (Psalms 108:3).

3. Wherever we are, we are serving (not worshipping) God (Romans 12:1-2) and are expected to do so correctly (Ephesians 4:1).


II. Body: Deuteronomy 4:39, Isaiah 45:18, and Isaiah 45:21-22.

A. Consider who we are coming before when we worship (Psalms 95:1-6).

1. When we worship God, we are worshipping our Creator (Psalms 148:5, Nehemiah 9:6, and Revelation 14:6-7).

2. We are worshipping our all-knowing God (Proverbs 15:3, Jeremiah 23:24, and I John 3:20).

3. Consider that, He is the Almighty (Genesis 17:1 and Job 33:4)!

B. God is to be revered (Psalms 89:7 and Hebrews 12:28-29).

1. Fear must be part of our reverence toward God (Psalms 5:7, Psalms 96:9, Jeremiah 10:6-7, and Revelation 15:4).

2. We must be humble (I Peter 5:5-6) in realizing our God is higher than we are (Psalms 47:2, Isaiah 40:28, and Romans 11:33-36).

C. DonŐt you want to be SURE your worship is acceptable to God (Leviticus 10:1-2 and Matthew 15:7-9)?

1. We want to be sure God is accepting our worship (Proverbs 28:9 and John 9:31).

2. The only way to be confidant that our worship is right is if it is according to GodŐs will (I John 5:14-15).


III. Conclusion: Psalms 111:1-10 and Isaiah 40:18-26






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