Worship

A Christmas Carol - We Three Kings

A Christmas Carol - We Three Kings

"What can we learn from a song that is SO biblically incorrect and how can we grow in our worship from it? While the key details are not accurate in the song, we can learn a lot about worship from the wise men."

A Christmas Carol - O Come, O Come, Emmanuel

A Christmas Carol - O Come, O Come, Emmanuel

"He is with us. To provide joy, to be present in the pain. And our response lies in an onlooking refrain, thankful for the retrospect, but altered to fit our present covenant, “Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel has come to us, O Israel.”

Worship Through The Seasons - Seasons of Transition

Worship Through The Seasons - Seasons of Transition

"God is good even when life isn’t. When we surrender our pain to God, He wastes nothing. The beauty of our suffering is that we have been able to “comfort others the way God comforted us” (2 Corinthians 1:4)."

Worship Through The Seasons - Series Introduction

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Hey Worship Exposed!

We’re excited that you are here to kick start our new series, “Worship Through the Seasons.” 

Life is crazy… It’s full of ups, downs, side turns, spirals, and many leaps of faith. To top it off, everyone is in a different season of life than others. While some may be experiencing some of the most incredible blessings, others may be experiencing some major hardships. 

Throughout the course of this series, the Worship Exposed team seeks to speak into whatever season you may be in. Whether it be the season of transition, nothing, blessing, or loss, we hope that you are able to surrender yourself and offer a genuine heart of worship to God. 

“Cherish each season of worship that God has you in and never think that you aren’t “doing it right” just because it doesn’t look like someone else’s season or someone else’s worship.” - NIKKI SILVESTRI

We have some incredible posts lined up for this series along with some amazing guest writers. Stay tuned every Friday for a new post!

God Bless!
The Worship Exposed Team

At Your Name: Qanna

At Your Name: Qanna

God’s jealousy is meant to provoke us back to Him. It’s a righteous, protective jealousy, much like a husband’s jealousy towards a wife around a rivaling man aspiring to steal away the affections of His bride....

At Your Name: Yahweh

At Your Name: Yahweh

The name of Yahweh is probably one of the most well-known names of God that came out of the Old Testament. While other names and titles have been given to God throughout history, the name of Yahweh was the name God gave to Himself.

Freedom to Dream

Freedom to Dream

"Living out audacious dreams cause us to rely on the Lord in a new way. So don’t stop dreaming. Keep going....May we dare to dream AND believe that there is more to God than we have known and that He wants us to know the fullness"

Worship Lessons From James

Worship Lessons From James

"When we choose to endure a test without escaping it, we are acknowledging Jesus as King. We’re worshipping, proving that He’s far better to us than what Satan could offer. Our submission shows that the Lord is the only One worthy of our affections and allegiance."

Worship Lessons from II Corinthians

Worship Lessons from II Corinthians

"Pride can rear its ugly head and really hinder us from giving worship to God, but if we can remember the reason we worship God in the first place, we can eradicate pride in our hearts. True heartfelt Worship, in fact, is the only antidote for pride."

Worship Lessons From Isaiah

"True worship is a daily response to God, which is shown through our faith, obedience and love. It is the starting point of the work that God will do with you and through you."

Worship Lessons From Deuteronomy

Worship Lessons From Deuteronomy

"Deuteronomy stresses a theme of intentionality. Moses repeats this phrase, “Take care, lest you forget…” throughout the book (4:23, 6:12, 8:11, 12:30), warning the people to be careful and focused in their pursuit of following the Lord."

Worship Lessons From Genesis

Worship Lessons From Genesis

"Everything that we have ever seen and known has been the handiwork of God. Here’s the fun part. "All things" includes everything we do not know or see... God created things beyond our wildest imaginations!"