The Hebrew word for worship is shachah
It means: to Bow Down, prostrate oneself before God in worship. It is also translated in other parts of the bible as: worship, bow, bow down, obeisance, reverence, fall down, stoop, crouch.
The first time the word “worship” is used in the Bible, it was used by Abraham to describe giving the very best, most costly, treasured possession that belonged to him to God. His Son (Genesis 22:5).
In this amazing story, it is important to remember that God stopped Abraham and provided another sacrifice. The interesting thing about this picture is that God eventually sacrificed His own son to save us. So real worship is not cheap, it is very costly. So we want to live bowed down to Christ (Romans 12:1).
Bow Down is much more than the name of our church,
it’s a way of life.
It’s how we live as a group of people giving our best, our whole lives, presenting them before our King.
Bow Down is not only how we live, but what we proclaim.
We proclaim to the World that you can Bow Down right now to Jesus Christ or you can Bow Down later but you will Bow Down. If you Bow Down your life to Jesus now, You will spend the rest of your life in the Kingdom of Heaven. If you choose to Pass on Bowing Down to Christ in this life then one day you will Bow Down before Him at the final judgment and be sent to the eternal conscious punishment with the wicked. Either way, you will Bow Down (Philippians 2:9-11).