Worship is not only personal and private, it’s declarative and transitional.  Expressive worship makes an impact.  Pastor Chris winds up the series “THE WORSHIP CONNECTION” by continuing to explain how we glorify God in worship with our bodies through the use of our hands and our voices.  He goes into what “lifting up holy hands to the Lord” actually means as an expression of worship, when clapping plays a part in worship, when it does not, and when it’s a right time and a wrong time for being silent.  So by taking all that we have learned through this series, let’s position ourselves to create a dwelling place in His presence, by using all that God has given us as an expression of worship in glorifying Him.


by Pastor Chris Caton | THE WORSHIP CONNECTION