This morning I led worship at Zion Covenant in Chambersburg, PA. I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to lead there the first Sunday of the month on a pretty regular basis for some time now. The people there are like family. I love their freedom to worship and the freedom I have been given there to go where the Spirit of God leads in our times of worship. Continue reading “Preparing Yourself So You Can Move”
Seeing ourselves with God’s eyes and how it affects our praises and our worship.
One of the things I’m planning to touch on in the future in one of my In-Home Worship Encounter Events, is our need to see God in a new way and in turn being able to see ourselves as God truly sees us. His love and grace make it possible for us to come boldly before Him, openly without restraint or reserve in our praises. The problem is that many of us have a hard time lifting our praises up like that because we come to God feeling condemnation, quilt, or unworthy of His love and grace for us. We expect ourselves to first come to him perfect. No one is going to be able to come to God perfect and without having messed up sometime during the day. If we wait till we are perfect before coming boldly before God with our praises, our adoration, even our requests in prayer, we will never be able to come to Him and lift up our praises unrestrained. This affects us being able to enter into an intimate time of worship. Continue reading “Make A Choice”