Undignified Worship

Jun 9, 2024    Pastor Jeremy Roh

Discussion Questions

1) David's worship was characterized by humility, surrender, and unhindered expressions of joy and gratitude. He was willing to look undignified in the eyes of others to honor God. Share about a time when you felt self-conscious or inhibited in your worship. How can we overcome our fear of others' opinions to worship God more freely?

2) True worship extends beyond singing songs in church; it is a lifestyle of offering ourselves as living sacrifices to God, surrendering every aspect of our lives to Him. This means worshiping God through our daily actions and choices. In what areas of your life do you find it most challenging to surrender to God? How can we practically worship God through our daily lives?

3) The sermon emphasized the importance of focusing on God alone in worship, rather than being distracted by the opinions and expectations of others. Our ultimate allegiance should be to God, even if it means going against cultural norms or the views of those close to us. Have you ever faced criticism or judgment for your faith or expressions of worship? How did you handle it, and what did you learn from that experience?

4) As we fix our eyes on Jesus and worship Him with all our hearts, we will be transformed by the renewing of our minds. We will learn to discern and follow God's will, trusting in His leadership rather than trying to control our own lives. How has worship helped you grow in your understanding of God's will for your life? Share an example of a time when worship brought clarity or guidance in a specific situation.

5) The sermon reminds us that worship is ultimately not about us or those around us; it is all about Jesus - His worthiness, glory, and grace. As we pour out our hearts in passionate worship, our lives become testaments to His goodness and love. How can we keep our focus on Jesus in worship, both individually and as a church community? What practical steps can we take to ensure that our worship remains Christ-centered?