It’s All About GOD
This stance is not quiet. This kind of worship is engaged. Over and over in the book of Revelation we see the elders throwing down their crowns, bowing low before their GOD. It’s clear that this is voluntary and not a reaction to being overwhelmed by His glory or overcome by something external. The elders are moved by the revelation of who it is they stand before.
“You are worthy, our Lord and GOD, to receive glory and honor and power, for you created all things, and by Your will they were created and have their being” (Revelation 4: 11).
The power of this kind of worship shifts the focus from the worshippers of the One being worshipped. The attention shifts from the worship team, choir, and the preacher to the Lord. Worship becomes determined, not waiting for a mystical presence but stepping into the reality of who GOD is. No longer is worship simply about receiving a touch and getting goose bumps. GOD is here, and His Kingdom has come.