There are many ways to develop our spiritual life and be constant in our relationship with the Father: reading the Bible, praying, fasting and worship are some of them. But today I want to talk to you especially about worship.
Break your jar
There is a concept that worship is that time when we are in church or in our room lifting our arms and singing to the Lord. We associate it with that “ideal moment”, when we feel a shiver. But that’s not true. We need to deconstruct the idea that worship requires the right “environment” or the right song.
In the Word of God we find the following passage:
“And as he sat at the table in Bethany in the house of Simon the leper, a woman came with an alabaster flask of ointment of pure nard, very costly, and breaking the flask, she poured it on his face. head.”Mark 14:3
When Jesus was in Simon’s house there was no music, there was no “ideal moment” or anything like that, but there was a sincere heart ready to pour itself out and worship the only one who deserves to be worshiped.
Some studies claim that that jar was worth around 300 denarii, which is estimated as the annual salary of a farmer, that is, she basically poured 365 days of work and effort at the feet of Jesus. This act demonstrated the genuine love she felt for Him.
A moment or a lifestyle?
So don’t wait for a chill or feeling to worship God. Break your jar at the Father’s feet. May worship not be about a certain moment, but about a lifestyle.
Always remember 1 Corinthians 10:31:
“Therefore, whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do all for the glory of God.”1 Corinthians 10:31
May in every day and at all times, you live in worship of the Lord, doing everything for His Glory.
When we worship Him in Spirit and in Truth and make it our lifestyle, our spiritual path starts to be built on the firm foundation that is the Lord, our God.
God bless you,
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