Praise in the Old Testament
to hold out the hand, to revere or worship(with extended hands). A hymn. To celebrate, to make a show. Tocelebrate in song and music.
rship in the Old Testament
bow down, depress, prostrate.
Praise in the New Testament
to speak in praise of, to praise (always of praise to God). To sing, to laud, to sing the praise of.
rship in the New Testament
to make obeisance to, do reverence to.
to kiss. To serve, do homage, an actof reverence.
The worship of God is nowhere defined in scripture. Not confined to praisealone, broadly it may be regarded as the direct acknowledgement to God,of His nature, attributes, ways and claims, whether by the outgoing of theheart in praise and thanksgiving or by deed done in suchacknowledgement.