God’s beauty is all around us, but often we fail to see it. How can you embrace his beauty, majesty and power and worship him today? In service to the people in your life and your church community, in the sharing of wisdom, in appreciation for his many gifts, or even in a Sabbath day of rest. What are the ways that you can worship God on a daily, hourly basis?
Discipline of Worship: The Key of Balance
We are called to worship in spirit and truth. To worship in spirit means to worship from within, no matter where we are. To worship in truth means to worship Him as he is revealed in Scripture, to worship Him for who the Bible says He is, not our personal views of God. Also, when we worship in spirit and truth, we grow in our faith, which should be our goal.
Moving to Maturity (Take Five)
This week, we’re highlighting posts about movement - to maturity, to hope, to new places and to worship. We’re highlighting teaching sons about manhood, reading Scripture, waiting on God and moving where He calls us. How are you moving this week, or where do you need to move? Our prayer is that this Take Five gives you hope and fuel for your journey.
Godly Jealousy?! Pt. 4 of 4
Godly jealousy is good news. It is not like human jealousy. This we learn from Deuteronomy 5:6-10, where God describes himself as a Jealous God. How can this be? Isn't jealousy a human sinful emotion? Can we also behave with godly jealousy? Paul says yes and models how godly jealousy is honoring to the One true God.
Godly Jealousy?! Pt. 2 of 4
Throughout this series, we are learning from Deuteronomy 5:6-10 about a different type of jealousy: godly jealousy. In Part 1 we studied these verses to reflect on who God is. We learned that God as the Commander or LORD is unlike any other, is alive and loving, loyal and faithful. No other gods are like YHWH or have done as YWYH. Who God is earns him the right to exclusive worship. That truth should be enough. But, we can also look at what God does for further evidence of his worthiness to all praise.
Midsummer Rest, Worship, Grace and Service in Christ (Take Five)
In midsummer, our lives our moving quickly. We have vacations, neighborhood bar-be-ques and busy schedules to distract us from the most important things: our worship of God, our time to rest, the grace of Christ and the service we offer each other. This week, let’s dive into a midsummer filled with Christ.