Precious Moments "Worship The Lord" - Boy Kneeling In Prayer by WuziesAttic on Etsy
Worship Dance In Psalm 150:3-4 it exhorts us to praise Him with the sound of the trumpet and with dancing. In worship to her king she kneels at His cross, hears the sound of the rams horn and moves with graceful praise. Behind her are the Hebrew words found in Psalm 150 and translated in English creating a backdrop of scripture for her “Worship Dance.”
Historical Geography. 1900. India. Five times a day the Mussulman make his prayers and centre his mind on Allah, and the sight of a Mahomedan praying alone is impressive in its matchless reverence and simplicity. Genuine devoutness and true worship likewise mark the public prayers in the mosques. The chief prayers of the service are composed of verses from the Koran, and during their recital the members of the congregation, with measured uniformity, rise, bow, kneel, and prostrate themselves…
BHAIRAVI RAG. RAJASTHAN, 19th century, Salar Jung Museum, Hyderabad, A kneeling lady worshipping the Linga near a lake with her maid standing at a distance holding a water jug in her right hand and a plate in her left hand.