Come and Worship: Ways to Worship from the Hebrew Scriptures
We were created to worship. God has graciously given us many ways to express our praise to him. Each way fits a different situation or moment in life. Ecclessiates explains that there is a time for everything just as each form of worship has its place. Some expressions may be quiet or meditative, and others may be loud and expressive, but all are intended to bring honor and glory to him. When we believe that he is who he says he is [see His Names Are Wonderful!] and that his Word is true, worship flows naturally from our hearts to his.
This book is divided into eight parts, each one being a Hebrew word for praise. The scriptures have been arranged to support these headings. From silence to antiphonal choirs of hundreds, from functioning in his gifts to walking in his fruit, from heart attitude to outward show, all of our worship is hinged on faith; how we walk, see, hear, and think is all colored by our faith in him and how deep that trust is.
Barbara Malda co-authored His Names are Wonderful!. She has studied Hebrew and attends a Messianic Jewish congregation in Michigan, teaching Davidic dance and worship.