Our Worship and His Word

Our Worship and His Word

Our worship brings us His word loud and clear. Worship helps us shake the dust off our feet so our paths can be enlightened. Our worship takes us to a place of intimacy with the Lord, a place where we can hear His heart and not hear the voices of the world, the enemy or our own. It prepares the way for His word to be spoken to us, and for surety to be placed upon our steps as we proceed to obey.

Elisha asked for a musician when he sought the Lord for directions for King Jehoshaphat. He knew that worship would help the word come forth with clarity. When we worship, we acknowledge God is with us. We express our love, surrender, and dependency upon Him. We are filled with joy and every worry dissipates as we enjoy His presence. He communicates and reveals His will to us with care and love.

When we seek God’s will, we enter into worship. When our bodies are under attack and we are unable to function, we call for the worshippers: those God has placed around us to pray for us as worshippers. Their prayers are spirit led because they are from a place of worship where no darkness can hinder them. Oh, the joy to worship Him,  from glory to glory 

2 Kings 3:15 “ ‘But now bring me a musician.’ Then it happened, when the musician played, that the hand of the Lord came upon him.” 

 

When in Doubt, Don’t!

When in Doubt, Don’t!

Decisions should be made without any doubt. If we sense uncertainty, we must wait until His peace is attained. If it’s only 80%, wait for the 20% hesitation to be resolved. It might be something He will show us that needs to be worked on before going forth; the timing might not be right or all the pieces might not be in place. Whatever the reason, if we wait for total assurance we will walk in the best God has for us.

We must pay attention to the checkmarks because some, if not considered, will become roadblocks. Some can be overlooked because they seem insignificant. We cannot ignore anything that hinders our peace. The Lord leads us not to move by giving us a lack of peace. If we realize there is a direction we have taken that we were not sure of at the time, we humbly surrender the situation to the Lord. He will make every crooked place straight and bring restoration.

It is to be differentiated from self-doubt which comes from our carnal nature. The reservations are then pertaining to us, and often come after we have made a faith decision. We pray for the Lord to remove any doubts so we can hear clearly and move with surety in our steps. Let’s take heed to the precious witnessing of the Holy Spirit. He will guide us into all truth. We can depend on Him, from glory to glory!

Matthew 14:30-31 “But when he saw that the wind was boisterous, he was afraid; and beginning to sink he cried out, saying, ‘Lord, save me!’ And immediately Jesus stretched out His hand and caught him, and said to him, ‘O you of little faith, why did you doubt?’ ”

Our Worship and His Word

Our worship brings us His word loud and clear. Worship helps us shake the dust off our feet so our paths can be enlightened. Our worship takes us to a place of intimacy with the Lord where we can hear His heart, and not hear the voices of the world, the enemy or our own. It prepares the way for His word to be spoken to us, and for surety to be placed upon our steps as we proceed to obey.

Elisha asked for a musician when he sought the Lord for directions for King Jehoshaphat. He knew that worship would help the word come forth with clarity. When we worship we acknowledge God is with us. We express our love, surrender, and dependency upon Him. We are filled with joy and every worry dissipates as we enjoy His presence. He communicates and reveals His will to us with care and love.

When we seek God’s will, we enter into worship. When our bodies are under attack and we are unable to function, we call for the worshippers. Those God has placed around us to pray for us as worshippers. Their prayers are spirit led because they are from a place of worship where no darkness can hinder them. Oh, the joy to worship Him, from glory to glory! 

2 Kings 3:15 “ ‘But now bring me a musician.’ Then it happened, when the musician played, that the hand of the Lord came upon him.” 

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