Throughout the Old Testament and in the Gospels of the New Testament, the most commonly used word for worship is “proskuneo” in Greek, or ” in Hebrew. Both words refer to bowing down before God in reverence, an act done in the temple.
An interesting shift that happens with this word when we get to the epistles in the New Testament, where Paul and the others are instructing the Church. Instead of using proskuneo, these writers began to use the Greek word “latreia,” which means indirect worship in form of the spiritual service rendered to fellow humans and to God.
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