Psalm 95:1 says; Sing a new song to the Lord! Let the whole earth sing to the Lord! Sing to the Lord; praise his name. Later in verse 6 of the same chapter we read; Come, let us worship and bow down. Let us kneel before the Lord our maker. Biblical worship can be filled with singing and loud praise or filled with humility before our God and Creator. It is important to possess these forms of worship in our gathering on Sabbath as well as during our private worship daily with the Lord. Worship is an absolute necessity in our lives today. We must spend time worshiping the Creator of heaven and earth at a time when our society and modern science is trying to tear Him down. Daniel and Revelation are clear in the theme of the last day conflict before Jesus comes to take us home. That conflict will center around Biblical versus man-made worship. Let’s spend time cultivating our hearts for worship this morning so that we will be prepared to worship this Sabbath at church.