You have 6 second to give God your best praise…6…5…4…3…2…1…go!
Hallelujah! Thank you Jesus!
You are Wonderful and Awesome, Lord God!
Stop reading, and get your praise on…
God is looking for His true acceptable Praisers and Worshippers, Is that you?
Watch this youtube video to get your heart stir in praise called ‘Heart of Worship/When the Music Fade’ by Matthew Redman
It all about Jesus…
Get to know Him by going to Believer’s gathering and through studying the Word of God. It will please the Heavenly Father, if you do.
Recently, I was asked by one of our members this important question:
One of her friend told her that she will not make it to heaven, if she did not keep the Sabbath day. Everyone is to worship and rest on Saturday only? Can you guess what denomination this person is from? If you did, that’s good enough.
The bible tells us in Exodus 20:8, to “Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy.”
So, what are we to do as Saints of God, “Observe the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.”
Observe means to keep notice or perceive (something) and register it as being significant. Can you comply with this command of keeping it before you each week?
In other words, take one day a week to rest and worship.
When God instituted His worship to take place on the first day of the week, He did it so that we’d be faithful to it. If there’s anything in your life that you need to be faithful to, it’s going to worship service on the Lord’s Day. You’ll not survive out in the world alone.
Now, read this story called “Is Your Fire Going Out?”
A pastor once went to visit a man who wasn’t attending church very faithfully. It was a cold, winter day, so they sat by a fire and warmed themselves as they talked. To this irregular attender the pastor said, “My friend, I don’t see you at church on the Lord’s Day. You seem to come only when it’s convenient or only when you feel like you need to come. You miss so very often – I wish you’d come all the time.” The man didn’t seem to be getting the message, so the pastor said, “let me show you something.”He then took the tongs from beside the fireplace, pulled open the screen, and began to separate all the coals so that none of them were touching each other. In a matter of moments, the blazing coals had all died out. “My friend,” he said, “that is what’s happening in your life. As soon as you isolate yourself, the fire goes out.”
To negligent the collective assembly of believers is to violate the command of God to not forsake “the assembling of ourselves together” (Hebrews 10:25a). The stimulation and affirmation that comes when you’re in the presence of God’s redeemed people and the unique and amazing ministry that the Spirit of God accomplishes (which cannot be accomplished in your isolation, like in the story of the fire going out) are something that you must respond to. Each Lord’s Day should find you in the place of worshipping God – with His redeemed people. To forsake that is to put yourself on the outside. Do you want that? I hope not.
We’re to praise and worship God everywhere, and at all times. But it’s also extremely important that we come together in the assembly of His redeemed people to stimulate one another to love and good works and to respect and worship God. I don’t like to allow a day to go by without out praising my Lord, and especially do not want a week to go by in my life when I haven’t set aside at least two special times to worship God with His people – neither should you. Be faithful.
Yes, we can praise and worship God anyplace. We can worship Him all alone in isolation and in private. But we must receive the congregational anointing that flows to every Believer (a stronger anointing all at once). We can’t survive by ourselves, because we are only one piece of that puzzle. When we connect to other Followers of Christ, they help us to kindle the fire – keeping the fire burning bright in our hearts.
Until next time, continue to be blessed and Praise the Lord!
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All bible scripture are from the King James version, unless otherwise expressed.