The obligation of God's creation to give to Him all honor, praise, adoration, and glory due Him because He is the holy and divine creator Worship is to be given to God only (Exodus 20: 3; Matt 4: 10) Jesus, being God in flesh (John 1: 1,14 ; Col 2: 9), was worshipped (Matt 2: 2,11; 14: 33; John 9: 35-38; Heb 1: 6)
homage rendered to God which it is sinful (idolatry) to render to any created being (Ex 34: 14; Isa 2: 8) Such worship was refused by Peter (Acts 10: 25,26) and by an angel (Rev 22: 8,9)
wor·ship worships worshipping worshipped in AM, use worshiping, worshiped1. If you worship a god, you show your respect to the god, for example by saying prayers. I enjoy going to church and worshipping God. Jews worshipping at the Wailing Wall. Worship is also a noun. St Jude's church is a public place of worship. + worshipper worshippers wor·ship·per At the end of the service, scores of worshippers streamed down to the altar
To honor with extravagant love and extreme submission, as a lover; to adore; to idolize
Religious beliefs or practices that involve addressing prayers or offerings to the spirits of dead relatives. It existed among the ancient Greeks, other Mediterranean peoples, and the ancient Europeans; it also plays a major role in traditional African religions. The dead are related to the family, clan, tribe, or village; mythical ancestors may be included. They may be friendly, or they may be displeased and require propitiation. Commemorative ceremonies are sometimes held at graves or monuments and may include prayers, offerings, sacrifices, and festivals of honor. Worship of individual ancestors is common; it may be combined with communal forms of worship, as in the case of the Roman emperor cult. An ancestor whose deeds are heroic may attain the status of a god. In China and Japan, ancestor worship (more accurately, ancestor reverence) has declined with the decline in the size and importance of kinship groups
Veneration of the sun or its representation as a deity. It appears in several early cultures, notably in ancient Egypt, Indo-Europe, and Mesoamerica, where urban civilizations were combined with a strong ideology of sacred kingship, in which kings ruled by the power of the sun and claimed descent from it. The imagery of the sun as the ruler of both the upper and the lower world, which he visits daily, was prominent. Sun heroes and deities also figure in many mythologies, including Indo-Iranian, Greco-Roman, and Scandinavian. In late Roman history, sun worship was of such importance that it was later called "solar monotheism." See also Amaterasu, Re, Shamash, Sol, Surya, Tonatiuh
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