No, they don't mean the same things. My own view is love = worship + something else. But worship can also arise from non-love sources. Therefore, it's a Venn diagram with an overlapping region although the area for worship arising from love is a lot larger. My answer will show the distinctions & relationships as well as concrete examples.
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C.S. Lewis had trouble with the idea of praise and worship, as if God were continually seeking compliments from us. He warmed up to the idea slowly. See this:
One essential aspect of worship is that it is two-way. In praising God through our worship, he ...
They're both important but distinct ways of describing our relationship with God.
On one hand it would be possible to love God without worshipping him. Many people have pets that they love, but they don't worship them. We love the people in our families, but we don't worship them. To truly worship God we have to acknowledge that he is not our peer, nor can ...
According to Catholic Church, what does it mean to worship God ”in Spiritu et Veritate”?
These words are taken to the deep profound meanings of the vary essence and meaning of what prayer, adoration and union with God details in a faithful’s worship of God and all that pertains to the Divine realities while still in this life on earth.
I’ll try my best to ...
According to Catholic Church, what does it mean to worship God in spirit and truth?
The answer can be simply found in Mary's Canticle.
My soul magnifies the Lord, and
My Spirit rejoices in God my Saviour
For He has looked with favour on His lowly servant.
From this day all generations will call me blessed:
The Almighty has done great things for me,