Worship is to honor God with extravagant love and extreme submission.
Come be apart of our family as we honor, love, and submit to God together as one body.
We were all created to know God. This was his plan from the beginning of time and this is our purpose in life. So when we speak of knowing God, it is important to understand that we are not talking about abstract or speculative thought concerning God or mystical experiences but about coming alive to God through Jesus Christ and surrendering ourselves to Him in grateful love (Rom. 12:1). As John says, “Whoever has the Son has life; whoever does not have the Son of God does not have life” (1 John 5:12).
We must also understand that knowing God is not an optional part of the Christian life; it is the Christian life. Jesus said, “And this is eternal life, that they know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent” (John 17:3). The English word know in this verse is a translation of the Greek word ginosko, which, in this context, means an experiential knowing, not simply an intellectual understanding of facts about God or Jesus or the Bible. In other words, it refers to an “I-Thou” relationship.
This relationship begins when we come alive to God- that is, when, by grace, we are awakened from the state of spiritual death into which everyone is born, and receive the eternal life Jesus offers to those who trust in Him for salvation.
All of us have done things that keep us from the presence of a perfect and holy God. The first part we need to do is recognize and turn from our sins (wrong doing), which is repentance. The second part of what we need to do is trusting in Jesus and His atoning death on the cross to forgive our sins, this is faith.
Coming alive to God requires both. Jesus described this as being born from above or born of the Holy Spirit. It means birth into God’s family and entrance into His kingdom (John 3:3–8). Without rebirth by the Holy Spirit, a person cannot see, perceive, understand, or know God or His kingdom
Taken from CSLewisinstitute.org
Getting to know God more deeply doesn’t happen overnight; it takes time.
Here are to know God better