Born February 8, 1965, Comfort Bukola Triumphant Obamoh took her last breath on earth and her first breath in heaven on September 1, 2021 she served the last days of her sojourn on earth as an active Christian woman, propagating the Liberation message with unflinching authority. She found joy in nature: she was a skilled writer, a philanthropist; and loved spending time with Children, Teens, Youths, and Singles.
The Word of God teaches us how to worship God which is to worship Him day and night.
A night of worship is a night of encounter, visitation, elevation, Paul and Silas understood the power of night communication with God that is why they didn't engage in the day but in the night according to
Acts 16:25-27 "And at midnight, Paul and Silas prayed and sang praises to God and the prisoners heard them 26. and suddenly there was a great earthquake, so that the foundations of the prison was shaken and immediately all the doors we opened, and every one's bands were loosed 27. And the keeper of the prison awaking out of his sleep and seeing the prison doors open, drew out his word and would have killed himself supposing the prisoners had been fled".
What is in a Word?
Everything is in the Word. The beginning of creation itself is an outcome of the power in the Word. Gen 1:1. Words carry volume. Word is the basic connection that begins the power to flow. It is powerful, informational, and imperative. What we know from the Word will determine what we will show in the world. Contemplate on the Creator of the universe who considered absolutely nothing in His creation worth swearing with and had to swear by Himself Hebrew 6:13-18 orchestrating Power in the Word.
The definition of worship is broad.
In a clear term, worship is to make obeisance in homage to royalty in order to express honor, devotion, or admiration with great extravagant, giving full allegiance, acknowledging and ascribing worth to someone or something. Ps. 100:1-5 It is an extreme act of love, a show of loyalty emanating from a voluntarily surrender to a Divine being, supernatural power, or object.
Worship forms the foundation of morality with the purpose of ascribing to the Lord the glory due to His name (Ps 29:2).