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In the Scriptures, "strength" is often connected to the physical aspect of human experience. Proverbs 20:29 uses this word to describe the aging process of the body, “The glory of youths is their strength, but the beauty of the aged is their gray hair.” God’s incarnation in the person of Jesus roots our Christian faith irrevocably in the soil of physical reality. From the first moment of creation in Genesis to the final apocalyptic re-creation in Revelation, the Bible offers an unwavering affirmation of the goodness of the physical order and its direct connection to spiritual realities. To love God with all your strength means to allow your body to give expression to the thoughts, feelings, and decisions that reflect a response of the whole person to God. To engage people’s bodies in worship is to invite them into physical expressions of love and commitment to God. Experiential Worship offers concrete, hands-on opportunities to respond to God with physical acts of devotion. Explore these BodyWorship ideas and ask God to show you how to engage your people more physically in worship.

BodyWorship Ideas
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