Worship is not a church service. It’s not a spiritual song. Not a moment in prayer.
Worship is a condition of the HEART. It’s a constant mindset of GRATITUDE toward our creator and savior, Jesus.
And in my own personal experience, the some of the most POWERFUL seasons of worship have been the seasons filled with challenge, pain, and loss of clear direction. It’s in those seasons, when we’re able to STAY CONNECTED to the Father…remembering ALL the ways he has been faithful and provided…that re-directs our attention away from our own circumstances and onto the countless blessings that we so easily overlook.
I’m going to refuse to let my ‘Thank You’ be silenced today. I’d invite you to join me!
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I believe worship is at the core of religion. Worship means sacrifice, in the sense of offering up your whole life and being to God. And, as you stated, the source of that offering is gratitude when we see Who God is and what He has done for us.