Love Jesus

“Of all the commandments, which is the most important?”

“The most important one,” answered Jesus, “is this: ‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’

Mark 12:28-30

The most important commandment as said by Jesus was to love thy God. And thy neighbour.

But love.



As this is the most important commandment for Him and the church, as disciples we need to live this out as such. A key way to do this is through worship; to honour or show reverence for God. At our last Sunday Celebration, Maggie took us through the last part of Habits That Build: Loving Jesus. The ways we’re able to worship Him using our different senses to feel closer to Him in every way.

Here’s what Maggie took us through on Sunday. It was a very interactive talk so I’ll intersperse Maggie’s talk with the videos etc that we watched during it so you get the feeling you were really there with us:

Love Thy God – Worship:

We then went on to watch the below video by the Bible Project:

Worship Through Movement:

Our Relationship With Him:

We encourage you to try this exercise to see how you can strengthen your relationship with God by realising and overcoming any distractions.

Other Ways To Worship – Taste & Smell:

For more information about the other activities we had going on during our Sunday Celebration, please do Get In Touch. For the meantime, here’s a prayer to pray ahead of worshipping Him, whether at home on your own, with friends or family or at a church gathering:

O Lord, our God, you are worthy of all our praise. You are the God who never fails to keep his promises. We thank you that in Jesus’ life, death and resurrection we see your love, justice, mercy, provision and victory. You are the God who lifts up those who are weighed down. You are the God who provides for your children. Our desire is to praise you as long as we live. Inhabit our praises as we gather together today. Through Jesus Christ, our Lord, Amen.

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