Worship, in the Reformed understanding, is a dialogue between God and his people, a dialogue in which God speaks, and we respond.
In leadership, but also in the whole of life, follow the pattern of the psalmist: seek the good with a heart of praise. Like the king, live in and live out the Word. Like the shepherd, lead with humility and service. In your service, God is glorified, and we are given a gracious and priceless gift. Whatever that crown of glory may look like, it will never fade.
What if the use of our hands is directly connected to our worship, our praise, our giving thanks to God?
Daily Scripture TextsPsalm 92Leviticus 26:3-201 Thessalonians 4:1-8
Once when I was out riding my bike, I had to wait at an intersection for the light to change. Also waiting at the intersection was a …
Our God is a God that loves to burst forth. God created flowers that burst forth from buds, butterflies that burst forth from cocoons, and dogs that burst forth from open doors to run around the yard at the end of a long day.
Let us think about how many times God has been merciful to us. Let us consider the magnitude of God’s love for us. Let us remember the joy of our salvation.