“Worship the Lord with gladness. Come before Him, singing with joy.” Psalm 100:2 (NLT) Do you worship with gladness? It’s not the style of worship that matters, but the heart of the worshiper. The psalmist said, “I was glad when they said to me, ‘Let us go to the house […]
Because we are all part of a fallen world, it’s human nature to complain. The Christ follower is different – or is supposed to be!
If we are to prepare for the Maker to make a way, we must obey what God has already told us to do and praise Him for all He has done.
Because of what religion has done, institutionalizing church, she has become more synonymous with boring, irrelevant, and outdated. The writer of Hebrews challenges Christ followers to realign their priorities and consider the value of church in their lives…
In his final message to the people of Israel, Joshua challenges them to worship the Lord with integrity and loyalty.
In addition to the weekly Sabbath in the Old Testament, God established seven festivals for His people to celebrate and worship. These were intended to be celebrations and memorials ordained as feast days of supreme JOY and sublime REJOICING! So, when did we turn festivals into funerals?