Worship (Separate page)

       Quotations from the writings of Ellen G. White with the word . . .

                w o r s h i p        (  15  RELATED  PHRASES )                      

                       The  word  'Worship'  appears  4,603  times in the published writings of EGW          See page on Original site                                                                 Related Phrase:    the Second Commandment

         +      Act of worship  ( 23 )     >   acts  of  worship  ( 2 )

         +     public worship  (  )

         +     Real worship  ( 3  )     >    True Worship   ( 58 )  

         +    Worship God    (  )

         +    worship the image of the beast   (  )

 

                                                        W o r s h i p    o f  .  .  .                                                                                          

         +     Worship of Baal  ( 23 )  >

         +     Worship of fashion   (  )

            Worship of false gods  ( 15 )      >   Worshiping false gods  ( 6 )

        +     Worship of the true God  ( 45 )   >   worshiping the true God  (  )

                              >   True worship of God  (  )

        +     Worship of the Beast   (  )

 

                                         f a l s e     w o r s h i p                                                           


         +    demon worship  ( 8 )   >   worshiping demons  ( 1 )

         +    idol worship   ( 70 )   >   idolatrous worship  (  )

 

 

       My  personal  favorites
 

True worship consists in working together with Christ. Prayers, exhortation, and talk are cheap fruits, which are frequently tied on; but fruits that are manifested in good works, in caring for the needy, the fatherless, and widows, are genuine fruits, and grow naturally upon a good tree.-- Review and Herald, Aug. 16, 1881.  {ChS 96.5}

 

 
After his departure, still desirous that his firmness should not be mistaken for rebellion, Luther wrote to the emperor. "God, who is the searcher of hearts, is my witness," he said, "that I am ready most earnestly to obey your majesty, in honor or in dishonor, in life or in death, and with no exception save the word of God, by which man lives. In all the affairs of this present life, my fidelity shall be unshaken, for here to lose or to gain is of no consequence to salvation. But when eternal interests are concerned, God wills not that man should submit unto man. For such submission in spiritual matters is a real worship, and ought to be rendered solely to the Creator."--Ibid., b. 7, ch. 11.  Great Controversy, page 167.1
 
When God sends to men warnings so important that they are represented as proclaimed by holy angels flying in the midst of heaven, He requires every person endowed with reasoning powers to heed the message. The fearful judgments denounced against the worship of the beast and his image (Revelation 14:9-11), should lead all to a diligent study of the prophecies to learn what the mark of the beast is, and how they are to avoid receiving it. But the masses of the people turn away their ears from hearing the truth and are turned unto fables. The apostle Paul declared, looking down to the last days: "The time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine." 2 Timothy 4:3.That time has fully come. The multitudes do not want Bible truth, because it interferes with the desires of the sinful, world-loving heart; and Satan supplies the deceptions which they love.  Great Controversy, page 594.2

 

Attendance at the services of the established church was required under a penalty of fine or imprisonment. "Williams reprobated the law; the worst statute in the English code was that which did but enforce attendance upon the parish church. To compel men to unite with those of a different creed, he regarded as an open violation of their natural rights; to drag to public worship the irreligious and the unwilling, seemed only like requiring hypocrisy. . . . 'No one should be bound to worship, or,' he added, 'to maintain a worship, against his own consent.' 'What!' exclaimed his antagonists, amazed at his tenets, 'is not the laborer worthy of his hire?' 'Yes,' replied he, 'from them that hire him.'"-- Bancroft, pt. 1, ch. 15, par. 2.  Great Controversy, page 294.1

 

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