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“It should also be noted that any idea of worship must involve the bringing together of the worshipper with the object of worship. In the case of Biblical worship it means that God must draw near to man, and man, (in turn) must approach God in order to express his reverence. The book of Genesis, records, among other things. the fall of man into sin and its consequent result of alienation between a perfectly Holy God and totally depraved creatures. Something must take place, therefore, in order to (1) turn the rebellious heart of fallen man back to his original desire to worship God, and (2) appease wrath of God, lest fallen man, when he approaches God to worship, be consumed in His fiery wrath. Worship, then, according to Genesis, may be defined as an approach to almighty God, on the basis of a substitution atonement, acknowledging His transcendent excellence and our utter unworthiness, in order to give Him the honor and devotion He alone deserves, as humble servants gladly subjecting themselves in reverence to their Creator.” (Douglas, Comin, Worship from Genesis to Revelation, p.8)

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