I worship you, Jesus Christ, for you are the glorious light of the gospel, the image of God. I proclaim you as Lord and myself as your bondservant. For God caused the light of Christ to shine in my heart and impart the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the beautiful face of Jesus Christ (2 Corinthians 4:4-6).
I worship you, Lord! For who else could gather up the oceans in one hand or measure the sky between his thumb and little finger? Who else could pull all the earth’s land together or know how much the mountains and hills weigh? Who could ever tell you what to do or teach you anything? What “expert” could ever offer you advice? What school could ever teach you anything about justice, knowledge, or understanding? No matter how great a nation is to us, it is nothing before you. The nations are but a drop in a bucket to you. Who even comes close to being like you, O God? Nothing and no one compares to you (Isaiah 40:12-18).
I worship you, O Lord, for you are the sufficiency for my insufficiency (2 Corinthians 3:5).
The grass withers and the flower fades, but your word, O God will stand forever (Isaiah 40:8).
I thank you, O God, for leading us to victory over sin and death through Jesus Christ. Help me to live victoriously over sin today (2 Corinthians 2:14).
I worship you, O Lord of hosts, for you are enthroned above the cherubim, you are God, you alone, over all the kingdoms of the earth, for you have made heaven and earth (Isaiah 37:14).
I worship you, Jesus Christ, for all the promises of God find their fulfillment in you. And through you I shout a hearty “Amen” as I worship my great and glorious God (2 Corinthians 1:20).
In your majestic presence, O Lord, there is abundant provision and safety for you are our judge, lawgiver and king. You will save us (Isaiah 33:21-22).
I worship you, God, for you are able to raise the dead to new life. You have delivered me in the past and you will deliver again. On you I have set my hope (2 Corinthians 1:9-10).
I worship you, Lord, for the beauty of your son, Jesus Christ the Messiah King, is wonderful to behold (Isaiah 33:17).