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Worshiping Alone by Samuel Dronebarger

Worshiping Alone

by Samuel Dronebarger

274 pages
Worshiping Alone is a strategy for putting God first and expressing our love for Him on a regular basis. Suggestions on how, when and where to worship alone are included as well as examples of examples of items that may be included in personal worship plans.

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About the Book
Have you ever felt as if something were missing from your life? Do you long for a clearer sense of purpose? If those questions are on your mind, know that there are real answers. You have a unique existence in the universe. There is no other like you. God knows very well who you are and tracks every hair on your head. Because you are unique, you are the only one who can worship God the way you do. God seeks your worship and you are most blessed when it is at its deepest, most intimate level. Worship was never meant be limited to once-a-week in a church building nor should it be considered to be the same as daily devotions. Private worship (worshiping God without the presence of other humans) can be a pathway to to a deeper, more fulfilling relationship with God.

That depth and intimacy can be achieved through private, personal time with God. Worshiping in a body is important, but worship involving just you and God is far more important. Worshiping Alone is a handbook designed to introduce you to the pleasure and practice of expressing your individuality to God through personal worship in truth and in spirit. With the Holy Spirit as your guide, and Christ as your mentor you are encouraged to develop your particular style of regular, private worship.

Advice on how, when and where to worship alone is included as well as examples of personal daily worship plans. Additionally, there are numerous examples of items (both traditional and non-traditional) that can be included in your personal worship plans.

Following the guidance of the Holy Spirit will place you squarely on the path to sanctification and lead you to become more and more Christ-like. As you travel along that path, you are encouraged to notice and celebrate the changes within you.

The first of the Ten Commandments says there is to be nothing more important in our lives than God. Jesus tells us to “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.” Worshiping Alone provides a strategy for putting God first and expressing our love for Him on a regular basis.

 

 

About the Author
Sam Dronebarger is a retired pastor from Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He has a background in education, administration, science and theological studies. Currently he is involved in prison ministry, foreign missionary work, writing and Bible studies. He has seen worship practiced from many different perspectives.

 

 

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