What is Worship in Spirit and Truth?

In John 4:1-42 we read the interaction between Jesus and the Samaritan woman at the well of Jacob. The conversation begins with a basic request for water from Jesus. It ends with a sermon on Worship. We have all engaged in worshipping God in one way or another, so there is much to be said about what Worship is. For some, Worship is slow music playing in the background, giving them goosebumps and teary eyes. For others, Worship is praying loudly and in different tongues, spreading out hands and pacing around. Still, for others, Worship is silently in a corner, contemplating and whispering. And there are many other styles. But really, what is Worship?


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