Faith Child – No heartfelt singing

imagesYou are  in church to worship God. You are  singing. You are  praying along with the worship leader who is also leading the prayer.

As the preacher preaches from God’s word,  you follow the Bible passages as they are read. But nothing is happening inside. You really do want to worship the Lord, but you  feel as if you’re just going through the motions. What can you do?

Let’s turn  to Psalm 9, and follow David’s prompts as he expresses his heartfelt praise to the Lord:

  • Give thanks to the Lord with all our heart (Psalm 9:1).
  • Think about His “marvelous works” (Psalm 9:1).
  • Be glad, rejoice, and sing praise to His name! (Psalm 9:2).

  • Acknowledge that He defends us from our enemies (Psalm 9:3-5).
  • The Lord is our refuge in time of trouble (Psalm 9:9).
  • As we sing praises to the Lord, think about what He’s done for us (Psalm 9:11).
  • Let’s think about His mercy toward us and rejoice in His salvation! (Psalm 9:13-14).

Follow David’s example of praise from the heart,  and  once again reconnect with God as you  offer your worship and praise to Him. Remember, at the heart of worship, is worship from the heart! (John 4:23-24)

 

Revelation 4:11

Thou art worthy, Thou art worthy,
Thou art worthy, O Lord.
Thou art worthy to receive glory,
Glory and honor and power.
For Thou hast created, hast all things created,
For Thou hast created all things.
And for Thy pleasure they are created;
Thou art worthy, O Lord.

Will you sincerely thank your Redeemer?

 

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