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What exactly does it mean to worship God? In this series, Pastor Skip Heitzig examines what worship is, what it is not, and some of the different ways we can offer worship to God.

©1984 Skip Heitzig (P)2014 Skip Heitzig

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Well it took me a while to finish, but through all this lesson I really learned a lot. As a worshiper in the Choir it brought me a lot of joy because as I would sing on Sundays I felt myself singing louder & giving more of myself to God. I constantly felt broken in His presence. Thank you for this study, I'll will keep coming back to it and teaching it to others.. Esmi Castro 😇👼

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He goes in-depth about intimacy with God. How our daily lives should emulate our relationship with God. Worshipping Yahweh not just when we attend church. We've to exalt God in everything we do, regardless of where we're, and also making time for God and not giving Him our "leftovers."

I am glad I purchased this audio book. I come away with a deeper understanding of what it means to worship Yahweh! I pray He gives me the grace and blessing to make Him my number one priority and not give Him "leftover" attention or worship him half-heartedly.