“But the time is coming — indeed, it’s here now — when the true worshippers will worship the Father spiritually and truly, for these are the kind of people the Father wants worshipping him.” - John 4:23, CJB
A good lesson on how we worship during services, happens when you have no lyrics to look at. Lately our congregation has been without a projector to display lyrics to the songs we sing. I noticed that our people weren’t engaging in the music as much, and I gently reminded them that it’s the heart we worship with, that they just need to close their eyes and feel his presence. As we resumed with our music time, the hands went up. It has been the most wonderful worship time not having those lyrics. I’m not saying we shouldn’t have lyrics, but it’s a good lesson in real worship. Relying too much on externals, creates a false sense of security. He is our security. He is our redeemer, our rock and our fortress. We need to worship him with our hearts, our minds and our souls. We need to worship him with our whole being. As it says above, “... for these are the kind of people the father wants worshipping him.”
“We worship you oh God in this temple, we worship you in spirit and truth. You inhabit our praises and your presence dwells among us, We worship you in spirit and truth.” - Composer Unknown
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Monday Morning Inspirational
By Rebbitzen Kat
29th of Sh’vat, 5780 | February 24th, 2020
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