Worship Lessons

True biblical worship is this: “Give unto the LORD the glory due to His name” (Psalms 29.2, NKJV). These Youth Bible Study Lessons on Worship are are designed to identify accurate motive for worship and to educate today’s youth on true biblical worship by teaching them how to listen to God and then teaching them to respond in worship.

Lesson 1: Biblical Theology of Worship—Worship is…

I don’t want anyone to be intimidated by the word theology. Theology is simply the study of God or the pursuit for knowledge of God. As we will find as we go forward, worship is actually theology in practice. I want to give you a picture to help you to understand worship. Imagine that you […]

Lesson 2: How to Hear God Speak

Worship is a response to God. If we are going to be able to worship, we are first going to have to hear God speak to us so that we can respond to Him. God speaks to us in three ways; through what He says, through what He does and through what we feel. HIS […]

Lesson 3: Responding to the Holy Word of God—The Bible

Let’s start by talking about how people naturally respond to things. Anyone remember Y2K? Apparently computers were set up to roll over from 99 back to 0. This translated to theorists as disaster. The world was turned upside down with threats of power grids and data centers going down. Cars were going to stop dead […]

Lesson 4: Responding to the Will of God—What He Does

This lesson is set up for an open discussion format. You can still teach through it if you do not want to do a large group discussion. In either event, there are still some small group questions at the end. “Let the morning bring me word of your unfailing love, for I have put my […]

Lesson 5: Responding to God through Emotions

The prompting of the Spirit. It is through the Holy Spirit that we experience emotions from God. There is no real clear way to know when God is calling you to do something through an emotional response, but He certainly does do it. Take these two examples from before: “And I will put my Spirit […]