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Worship- Worthy-ship-

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worship  (n.)

O.E. worđscip, wurđscip (Anglian), weorđscipe (W.Saxon) "condition of being worthy, honor, renown," from weorđ "worthy" (see worth) + -scipe (see -ship). Sense of "reverence paid to a supernatural or divine being" is first recorded c.1300. The original sense is preserved in the title worshipful (c.1300). The verb is recorded from c.1200.

[Origin: bef. 900; (n.) ME wors(c)hipe, worthssipe, OE worthscipe, var. of weorthscipe; see worth, -ship;

(v.) ME, deriv. of the n.]

Worship- usually refers to specific acts of religious praise, honour, or devotion, typically directed to a supernatural being such as a god or goddess. It is the informal term in English for what sociologists of religion call cultus, the body of practices and traditions that correspond to theology. Religious worship may be performed individually, in informally organized groups, or as part of an organized service with a designated leader (as in a church, synagogue, temple, or mosque). In its older sense in the English language of worthiness or respect (Anglo-Saxon worthscripe), worship may sometimes refer to actions directed at members of higher social classes (such as lords or monarchs) or to particularly esteemed persons (such as a lover). Also see JehovahOrYahweh.htm-

Only One has the Truth Who?- Answer--Worthy art thou, Yahweh. even our Elohim, to receive the glory and the honor and the power: for thou didst create all things, and because of thy will they were, and were created. FromWordofyah.org/scriptures/nt/B66C004.htm-

And He said to him, "Why are you asking Me about what is good ? There is only One who is good;

but if you wish to enter into life, keep the commandments." Matt 19:17

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Revelation1 The Revelation of Yahshua Ha Mashiyach, which Elohim gave him to show unto his servants, even the things which must shortly come to pass: and he sent and signified it by his angel unto his servant John;

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 pass: and he sent and signified it by his angel unto his servant John;

Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy distinguish between adoration or latria (Latin adoratio, Greek latreia, [λατρεια]) which is due to God alone, and veneration or dulia (Latin veneratio, Greek douleia [δουλεια]), which may be lawfully offered to the saints. The external acts of veneration resemble those of worship, but differ in their object and intent. Protestant Christians question whether such a distinction is always maintained in actual devotional practice, especially at the level of folk religion.

Orthodox Judaism and orthodox Sunni Islam hold that for all practical purposes veneration should be considered the same as prayer; Orthodox Judaism (arguably with the exception of some Chasidic practices), orthodox Sunni Islam, and most kinds of Protestantism forbid veneration of saints or angels, classifying these actions as akin to idolatry.

Similarly, Jehovah's Witnesses assert that many actions classified as patriotic by other Protestant groups, such as saluting a flag, are equivalent to worship and are therefore considered idolatrous as well.

Worship in various religions




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Typical acts of worship

Typical acts of worship include:

·                     prayer;

·                     sacrifice (korban in Hebrew);

·                     rituals;

·                     some forms of meditation;

·                     holidays, festivals;

·                     pilgrimages;

·                     hymns, psalms or worship music;

·                     dance

·                     the construction of temples or shrines;

·                     the creation of idols of the deity.

·                     private acts of devotion

Adoration versus veneration