As worship leaders, it’s our responsibility to help lead other in worship. True worship, whether corporate or individual, has several major components, as described in Romans 12:1-2. First, the motivation to worship is “the mercies of God” which embodies all He has given us, none of which we deserve. Second, the manner of worship is the presentation of our bodies, including our hearts, minds, hands, thoughts, and attitudes of God. Third, our worship involves renewing our minds through the Word of God. To know the truth, to believe the truth, to hold convictions about the truth, and to love the truth will naturally result in true spiritual worship. Forth, true worship is God-centered, not man-centered. The purpose of worship it not to produce an emotional experience, but to acknowledge God’s singular worthiness to be worshipped.