Adoration in Prayer and Worship

Adoration in Prayer and Worship

Adoration is the effort of the total man to give total expression to his joyful comprehension and approbation of his vision of God in Jesus Christ.” The Zondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible

As you and I walk through life we can actually have daily communion with Jesus, the Savior of the world and King of the nations.This is an amazing realization. Let’s learn to do it with a heart of adoration in prayer and worship.
The prayer room helps us to keep consciously aware of Christ, not only while we are there but also throughout the day. At a time when everything around us is trying to steal our hearts away from God, we want to learn to behold Him throughout the day. The enemy wants to get us so caught up with busyness that we actually lose our purpose in life. As we discipline our prayer and worship life, we begin to move into a deeper level of adoration.

If you and I can move pass our temporary struggles and learn to adore God for His attributes, we will rise up into a new dimension of relationship with Him. He wants us to recapture adoration in our heart just like the first moments when we were saved out of darkness. Adoration is God-centered rather than self-centered. The following video will help you to live a life of adoration.

Adoration in Prayer and Worship

This 5-minute animated video will help you to adore God in prayer and worship. It’s called: Adoration in Prayer and Worship.

This Intercessors Arise course will help you grow in learning how to powerfully pray God’s Word. It’s called: How to Powerfully Pray God’s Word for Breakthrough.” There is a great discount right now. Check it out here:

How to Powerfully Pray God’s Word for Breakthrough

“A season of 24-7 prayer can be a useful tool for bringing Christ back into the midst of our ongoing lives as individuals and as communities. And prayer rooms are an interesting expression of God’s intention, which has always been to walk in continual communion with His people.” Peter Greig and Dave Roberts

By Debbie Przybylski
Intercessors Arise International
International House of Prayer Kansas City (IHOPKC)