For the last month our church–The Rock Family Worship Center–has been doing a series on worship. Several powerful messages have touched my heart and recentered my focus on God. The series has been titled The Prize and can be viewed here (it doesn’t look like they’re all there yet, but I’m sure they will be soon).
In essence, worship is what we present to God–our sacrifice of praise (Hebrews 13:15). It’s not just about songs, or hymns, or musical scores. It’s what we do when no one is looking, how we think, speak, and live our lives outside of the four walls of the church building.
Dictionary.com defines worship this way:
Is what you do Monday through Saturday consistent with your performance on Sunday? Or Sunday through Friday, if you attend services on Saturday? Do you live your everyday life as an act of worship to God?
Just something to think about.
As has become my custom, I’m adding a youtube video of a song we did yesterday. (I know I didn’t last week. I had stayed home with a sick child and forgot.)
Take a listen to this one. I hope you like it.
I’m not going to ask anymore questions to incite a response. My goal of this blog post was to get you to think about your personal relationship with Jesus.
He’s the same yesterday, today, and forever and is waiting for you.