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Posture is everywhere! If you think about it, there’s a posture when it comes to sitting up, to playing the piano, to walking, to typing on a keyboard, to shooting a free throw, to throwing a football, and to dancing; just to name a few. What about spending time with Jesus? In this one-off message, your students will explore the Scriptures based on several descriptions of nonverbal postures that people used when worshiping God.

Use this one-off message with your group in preparation for a series on another aspect of worship such as the spiritual habits.

Share this one-off message as a stand-alone with your youth worship team.

Primary Bible Passages Used:
Joshua 6:20, Psalm 95:6-7, 2 Kings 17:35-36, 2 Chronicles 6:13, Ephesians 3:14-21, Luke 22:39-44, Psalm 119:120, Exodus 33:7-11, 2 Chronicles 20:5-6, 2 Chronicles 20:12-19, Nehemiah 8:2-6, Psalm 33:2-3, Psalm 47:1, Psalm 149:3, 2 Samuel 6:14-23, Psalm 63:4, 1 Timothy 2:8.

This Resource Includes:
• Complete message manuscript (Word file)
• Small group guide (Word file)
• Title Slide (jpeg file)
• Blank content slide (jpeg file)
• 5 extra content images (jpeg files)

Note from the Author

A great way to start this one-off message is to use other DYM games to help set up your talk, such as Ken McIntyre’s “Name That Worship Pose” from the DYM store or play “Poser” in Sidekick.

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Kneeling, standing, hands held high, and... dabbing? Maybe, maybe not! In this one-off message, explore the various postures used in Scripture to worship God.
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Scott Stentz

After serving 10 years at NASA I decided that I wasn’t reaching for the stars enough and became a youth pastor because rocket science isn't enough of a challenge! I love seeing teens get to know Jesus and am currently serving Dogwood Church in Athens, TX. My wife Karen and I were married in 2003 and together we have three young boys named Emory, Liam, and Grayson.

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