Do we need to hear from the Lord? Is our path paved with uncertainties? Are we longing for intimacy with the Lord?
When Elisha sought the Lord for directions for King Jehoshaphat, he asked for a musician. He knew that worship would help him hear the Word with clarity. It is to be the same for us. When we worship, we shake the dust off our feet. God enlightens our paths and our hearing is sharpened.
Our worship takes us to a place of intimacy with the Lord, a place where we can hear His heart and block out the voices of the world, the enemy, and even our own. Worship prepares the way for us to receive His word, and to walk with surety in our steps as we obey His leading.
When we worship, we acknowledge that our God is with us. We express our love as we surrender, and depend on Him. Worry dissipates as we enjoy His presence. He communicates and reveals His will to us with care and love. 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.”