Words of worship to God

words of worship to God

Our church choir sang one of those songs that ignites a fire in your spirit every time you hear it.  Sometimes, songs can help you convey words of worship to God in a way you’d never be able to with your own vocabulary. Do you agree? God bless the worship leaders!

Back to the song…

It’s called “My Worship is For Real.” It’s not new as I edit this blog post, but it’s fresh. 

For me that song rings in my spirit days after I hear it. It’s simple, sweet, and requires little of you; yet, helps you sing words of worship to God in such clarity. 

A song like that pierces through every veil of pretension and fleshy confidence and heads to a place where all of life’s “junk” is burned off…just for that sweet moment of worship.

Worship is so important and so are words of worship to God

People that do not fully value worship perplex me. They always have.

After God has made an authentic change in your life, worship is the first thing you yearn to do. You’re compelled by it. It’s a natural response to God for all He’s done and will do in your life. Worship, in my opinion, is a Christian necessity and the true mark of knowing God.

words of worship to God

Now, I don’t need to SEE other people’s worship and neither do you. We are never to judge how people express themselves to God. 

As you know, some people worship quietly and inconspicuously and that is OK. 

Others are loud, boisterous, and overcome by the Lord, His presence, and His work in their lives. That’s OK too.  As long as it doesn’t interfere with the progression of the church service, it’s all good! 

True worshipers (not people who just do it casually or when they get an income tax check) carry sort of a spiritual brand. It’s like an invisible mark of the Holy Spirit.

You can spot a true worshiper a mile away. What do you think?

“Before I continue, words of worship to God are NOT THAT!!!!”

A lot of people think all worship is rooted in emotionalism.

My ears hurt when I hear them say that. Sure, people show and express emotions during worship; but it can never be reduced to just emotions.

Worship should resonate from the depths of your very soul – past all emotions and nervous apprehensions.

Like when you close your eyes, shut out everything around you, and in your spirit you reach, reach and reach toward the Holy of Holies.

You press through your senses so you can express your gratitude, adoration, admiration, and intense devotion for the Lover of your soul – sweet Jesus. Do you know what I mean?

In the Spirit…a spirit of worship to God

During that sort of worship, the kind I referenced above, God’s heart has a bull’s eye on it.

Your intention is to reach His heart with your praise and to exalt Him with your adulation.

When that happens, in spite of the hundreds [or even thousands] of people around you; you are instantly alone with Jesus Christ.

In the spirit, you are kneeling at the throne; bowing at His feet; lifting your hands in praise for who He is- all He has done; all He is doing and everything He will do.

It is All Okay

There, in worship, you stand justified and righteous- spotless before a loving Father.

You don’t have to come as one who is raggedy, trifling, and burdened by the weight of sin.

Hey, Jesus’ blood took care of that burden and makes your worship pure.

It qualifies you; justifies you and you wear the shroud of sin no longer.

That’s why I hate when people say “sinner saved by grace”. I prefer, “reformed sinner with new identity in Christ.” LOL


You can come boldly to the throne of grace because He set you free.

He blotted out the debt of sin that was against you and saved you by paying your penalty.

Again, worship is not emotional, it’s spiritual.

If your worship is rooted in emotionalism – something is wrong. Remember, spiritual worship consumes every part of your being and leaves an impression on your soul – in the end, it has little to do with you at all.

It’s completely about Him (as pastor Nate Holcomb would say).

So yes, your worship is for real. It is heartfelt, genuine, and most importantly acceptable, because of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

Go ahead and worship, Girl! Worship unashamed!

Check out the song that blessed me so here:

These beautiful words of worship to God…here are the lyrics.

You don’t know my story,
All the things that I’ve been through;
You can’t feel my pain,
What I had to go through to get here,
You’ll never understand my praise,
Don’t try to figure it out; Because my worship is for real . I’ve been through too much not to worship Him.
My worship is for real. Thank You Jesus,
My worship is for real. Lord I love You,
My worship is for real. You’re so worthy,
My worship is for real.
Yes, Thank You Jesus. Lord I love You. Hallelujah You’re so worthy.

Another song that captures words of worship to God so beautifully is Charity Gayle and Joshua Sherman singing the worship song, Amen. One of the sisters at my church, Lindsey Riley sang this and I’ve never been the same. This will bless you!

The beautiful lyrics to “Amen” are…

Behold Jehovah seated on the thrown
Abba father the well that overflows
The God who was and is and
Shall be forever more
Holy is the lord
Blessing and honor and glory and power
Behold the way the truth and the light
Perfect savior the blood that washed us white
The God who was and is and
Shall be forever more
Holy is the lord
Holiness has a name and it’s Jesus
Victory has a name and it Jesus
The word has a name and it’s Jesus
Redemption has a name and it’s Jesus

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