Yes everyone, please come to my Orthodox Church to see the worship of God. The reading of the Word of God and so much of the Psalms chanted/sung (which is like 90% of the Divine Liturgy). You will not be dissatisfied!A liturgy means public reading of God's words to the saints, just like it was done in synagogues. I encourage you to go to an Eastern Orthodox liturgy and see for yourself how they do it.
My "Greek" Orthodox Church is all in English, with the exception of maybe the Trisagion hymn, which may at times be sung in Greek.
Interesting that in the book of Revelation we see the use of incenseIf you have icons of archangel Michael or Gabriel in your home, or on church building walls . .
Incense represents our prayers being lifted up to God.
4 Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth:
It's interesting that just a chapter or two later God commands Moses to put two Cherubim on the Ark and not to mention an image of a serpent for the Israelites to look upon and be healed