Part 3 of 3 – When We Worship

When we worship God we usually think of Sunday. Attending church is to gather as brothers and sisters in Christ, being fully aware of who Jesus is and what He has done.

Sunday is not the only day to worship God. If God is worthy, He should be worshipped every day.

Look around you. What do you see? God gives us His creation and all that surrounds it. To know beauty is to know Jesus and to know what is waiting for each Christian.

When do you worship God? Our whole being must express Him. It must radiate from within us.

But it must be heartfelt. Let us be less selfish and know that God is greater than who we are.

I want each of you to know that to worship God it must be daily. It cannot be a come and go affect, meaning go to church on Sunday and worship only that day. We cannot live for God if we do not pursue Him. He did not save us for one day. He delivered us from sin.

β€œ In him the whole building is joined together and rises to become a holy temple in the Lord.” (Ephesians 2:21)

Who, why, and when we worship tie together. We cannot do one without the other. When life brings struggles or joy, we know that all things are working out for our good and God’s glory.

Let our hearts be pure to worship in spirit and truth. May we seek God for all He is and for who He is.

I hope you are worshiping God every day by expressing thankfulness to Him as you seek earnestly to be faithful.

Lord, open our eyes to see and our hearts to love and praise you each day.

Stay safe, stay healthy and God Bless πŸ’ž

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