Biblical praise and worship enables Christians to honor the King of kings in an atmosphere of faith and energy. It isn't about styles or trends, but about genuine and heartfelt adoration of our Lord and Savior. You will find "Harvesters" singing because Psalm 95:1 says, "Oh come, let us sing to the Lord! Let us shout for joy to the Rock of our salvation." There will be dancing because Psalm 149:3 says, "Let them praise Him with the dance; Let them sing praises to Him with the timbrel and harp.". Clapping isn't just something to do with your hands to keep them busy, but an act of obedience to Psalm 47:1 which says, "Clap your hands, all you people! Shout to God with a voice of triumph!". Sometimes there are special moments in a service where the congregation will kneel in God's presence because Ps 95:6 says, "Come, let us worship and bow down, let us kneel before the Lord our God our Maker".
Sunday morning worship is not only a time for believers to be refreshed, but a time to give their all to the Lord. As you pour out your praise on the Lord, His Presence fills the room and satisfies the longing soul. Worship is about giving honor where honor is due. And in the giving, you will discover the secret of His Presence!