Doxologies: Panel on Worship, Part 8
In our panel on worship, we have talked about how worship is a response to God’s greatness. But what about the seasons of life where God seems absent or silent? What should our worship look like during those times? That’s the subject of the eighth part of our discussion.
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2 thoughts on “Doxologies: Panel on Worship, Part 8”
I wholeheartedly agree with your sentiments. Being with the body and hearing my brothers and sisters worship when I’m in a funk or a “dry” place really helps nudge my soul back to my First Love and an awareness of His presence. I also agree and believe that those distant times when we don’t feel like worshiping are the some of the most important times to do exactly that. I am moved by others when I can see and hear them worshiping unashamedly and with full abandon. How sweet it is to see/hear excitement arise from His body.
I wholeheartedly and absolutely 100% agree to what you said Evan brother and the fundamental reason goes all the way back to the garden of Eden where God created Adam and Eve to have a sweet fellowship with them and even before the fall, God knew that human race needs community and that is why he created Eve for Adam. I will say exactly what my sister in Christ, Katie said, I have come to the church at times being in a “dry” place but the beauty is, I have realized that the onus falls on me to pull myself up somehow, someway to go to the church because I know and I say this as a testimony, I am just uplifted in my spirit when I am in the midst of my brothers and sisters in Christ, praising my Savior, worshipping HIM and in a way, it gives me the privilege to confess in my heart saying “Lord, I am “dry” today but here I am Lord, just as I am I come to you, to worship you because whether I am “dry” or not , you are worthy, in fact, you alone are worthy to receive my glory, my praise, my honor and my worship” and the driving force behind it is the strength I draw from the community of believers (body for Christ) I will be worshipping with that Sunday.