Hebrews 13:15 Therefore by Him let us continually offer the sacrifice of praise to God, that is, the fruit of our lips, giving thanks to His name 🔹Worship is God’s enjoyment of us and our enjoyment of Him, as every sincere worshipper to rejoice in and act upon when engaging with God in worship. Isaiah 12:5 “Sing praises to the Lord, for He has done gloriously let this be made known in all the earth. To worship is to know, to feel, to experience the resurrected Christ deep in our souls in truth. Worship is the submission in reverence and obedience, of all our nature to God by His holiness as nourishment with His truth the purifying of minds by His beauty and Majesty to open our hearts to His love the surrender of our will to His will and purpose. As worship in truth is to worship God not as we think Him to be, not as we hope Him to be, not as we would like Him to be, but as He is...the omniscience Almighty God, is all-knowing all powerful, He encompasses all knowledge of the universe past, present, and future our creator in control, healer, our Heavenly father, our savior Jesus whom loves us deeply and deserves our worship and praise in good times as well as in the midst of sorrow. Stand true to God in His truth as you worship Him, having faith, believing in His promises, He will bring you out making you stronger. For He is the strength of all who suffer, in our worship God hears the cry of those in misery and in need. Hallelujah! In our afflictions He shows His mercy, and gives us strength to endure it all, even if we feel weak and have no strength to keep going, He is our strength. I pray, the strength to all whom suffer, are persecuted, going through hardships and illnesses, that God who restores and heals, and help you, that I also may be used through Christ to serve and comfort all whom are in need, as God has comforted me in such times during my worship to our Heavenly father and my savior who suffered for us, Jesus Christ our Lord! Amen. For when we worship God in gladness even in mist of pain, He communicates His presence to us, to comfort our heavy hearts, tired souls bringing refreshing to our spirits as we soak ourselves in God’s Word.