Rom. 6:16 “Don't you know that when you offer yourselves to someone to obey him as slaves, you are slaves to the one whom you obey—whether you are slaves to sin, which leads to death, or to obedience, which leads to righteousness?”

Mt. 6:24 “No one can serve two masters. Either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other.  You cannot serve both God and Money.”


Daniel 3


  1. 1. True worship is

  2. a) an obligation

  3. b) expressed esteem and worth we place on the Lord 

  4. c) the value one places on something 

  5. d) none of the above

  1. 2.  We are led about in life by what we love.  T     F

  1. 3.  God is God and therefore He is above the foolish emotion of becoming jealous over our affections for little “g” gods.   T     F

  1. 4.  Jesus said, “Take… no thought for the morrow….” What does the word “thought” mean in this verse?

  2. a) to mentally process

  3. b) to ponder or a fleeting moment 

  4. c) to not think about 

  5. d) to have a divided mind which is a source of anxiety

  1. 5.  The compelling fire of love and devotion is often expressed through irrational behaviors.   T     F

  1. 6.  Worship is

a) a choice.

b) an instinctive drive.

c) bowing before.

d) serving.

  1. e)challenged by Satan.

  1. 7. How are worshippers like mall shoppers?

  1. 8. Every human on the planet is a worshiper in some way or another.   T     F 

  1. 9.  The contents of our shopping carts will be tested by fire.  What does this mean?

  1. 10.  What is a spiritual sacrifice?

  2. a)a sacrifice of our old nature 

  3. b)a sacrifice of a heart attitude 

  4. c)a sacrifice of that which is dearest to us 

  5. d)a sacrifice of yielding our bodies to the Lord 

  6. e)all of the above could be spiritual sacrifices

  1. 11.  What are the New Testament realities of these Old Testament types?

   a) Lampstand

   b) Shewbread

   c) Altar of Incense

  1. 12. What is the only piece of furniture in the Holy of Holies? 

  1. 13. What did it contain?

  1. 14. Where’s this tent today?

  1. 15.What do the following items, contained in the Ark of the Covenant, symbolize in our New Testament experience?

        a) The Ten Commandments

        b) Aaron’s rod that budded

        c) The pot of manna

  1. 16.  Our focus, our affections, our friends and aspirations draw us into some degree of __________________?

  1. 17.  True worshippers come boldly before the throne of God and they are blessed with (multiple answers)

  2. a) Mercy 

  3. b) Grace

  4. c) Rebuke 

  5. d) A secret dwelling place 

  6. e) Transformation

  1. 18.  Why are true worshippers, like King David, uninhibited and somewhat reckless?

  1. 19. Explain worship in light of the woman with the alabaster box.

  1. 20.  Who finds more favor in the eyes of the Lord?

  2. a)An outwardly righteous “Simon”

  3. b)A repentant sinner




Worship is the idea of worth-ship, the value we place on something or someone.  This value or worth increases as we invest our thoughts, words and actions and resources into it.  The answer to the following question clearly indicates the object of our worship.  Be honest and cautious as you answer it. 

What occupies your thoughts, words, actions and investment of time more than anything else in the routines of daily life? More importantly, how do you want to invest your life?  What do you want to fill your “shopping cart of life” more than anything else?  Great questions with great answers that can empower each of us to live new lives! 


Open your heart and meet with the Lord through the process of prayer and writing.  Allow the Holy Spirit to have His way.  Let Him point out how your excellent desires line up, or don’t line up with how much value you give to whatever it is that occupies your thoughts, words and actions.


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