In this day and age, worship has become quite cliche. A number of Christian has forgotten what the true heart behind worship is and what the act actually involves. To me there will never be enough thanks never enough words nor thoughts high or deep enough to adequately convey His worth. I don't know how to give back to the Lord what He deserves other than to just offer Him my life and every part of me. Worship to me is more then just songs and music, worship is a lifestyle. The original meaning of the word "worship" is a condition of being worthy, honored, or renown. Worship is an action, a lifestyle, a choice, and attitude, and genuine apperception of a God that protects and loves more than our human minds can fathom.
Ulysses leads worship for churches, conferences, and programs all over the United States, leading people across the nation into the very presence of God. He has reached a widespread and multicutural assembly of people through worship, whether ten or ten thousand, his heart for worship remains the same. Part of his call and goal is to equip and release a greater understanding of worship worldwide. Ulysses heart is to bring simplicity back to worship. He has no intention of becoming famous; he just wants people to see God through his music. Ulysses makes a point to never entertain those that join in worship with him. Ulysses prayer is that every worship event, each individual is able to enter into a new place with God and that in that place they will find a joy that is unspeakable, as well as safeness that nothin here on earth could ever give them. I have witnessed the Holy Spirit fill a room with its anointing power when Ulysses leads in worship. The anointing has been so awesome that the person schedule to preach has opted not to. "Words cannot describe the anointing that God has on his life", said nationally renowed inspirational speaker Ed Gray. Ulysses has traveled with Ed extensively providing praise and worship for Gray's prayer and meditation workshops.
Ulysses Spotlight: Worship
Jesus says in John 4:23-24, "But the hour is coming, and now is, when true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and in truth, for the Father is seeking such to worship Him. God is Spirit and they that worship Him must worship Him in spirit and in truth." It doesn't say we can worship God anyway we want, but we "must worship Him in spirit and in truth." The word "must" makes it absolute. There is no other way we can worship God and be acceptable to Him. The word "must", according to Webster, express "an obligation, a requirement, a necessity, a certainty, and something that must be done." When "must" is used it means that it is not optional. Here the word "must" is expressing that in spirit and in truth is the only way to acceptably worship God.
God seeks true worshipers, and He identifies them as those who "worship Him in spirit and in truth." Worshiping God in spirit means that it must be done from the heart. Worshiping God in truth means that it must be done according as God has specified in the Bible. Worshiping God in spirit and in truth is a serious matter which must not be taken lightly. If we have any regard for our own souls, we will want to make sure we are worshiping God in spirit and in truth.
Our very best in worship is due God and is prescribed by Him in the Bible. The worship God has prescribed is the only way we can be pleasing to Him in this life and finally attain everlasting life with Him in eternity.
James 4:8 tells to, "Draw near to God and He will draw near to you."