I Love seeing people worshiping God with their whole heart. At our church in Yuma AZ there’s no greater feeling then knowing God has everything under control and all we need to do is trust in Him, that he would bring it to pass. Recently, the women at the Sisterhood PM night did just that.
Psalm 37:5 says, ‘Commit your way to the Lord, Trust also in Him, And He shall bring it to pass.’ (NKJV)
When you learn the power of a commitment to God, you begin to see what a blessed life really looks like. In my message last Wednesday night at our Worship And Creative Arts Night, I touched on how God doesn’t want you to live your life trying to do everything right as if it were a check list. If I were to live out the relationships in my life where it was all about simply checking off goals on a list in order to develop those relationships, I would be one lonely person! But, I Believe that when you live your life where its not about what you do, but who you are, your life reaches a true potential where ‘my life is not about being good, but with God, my life is FREE!’
When we show the act of committing our heart to the Lord in Worship, we strengthen our hearts, our goals, our achievements, His achievements in our life, and above all, He is glorified. My prayer is that, you will develop the power of that commitment to God in your daily walk with Him. The best Worship is the Worship we do in the mornings, on the way to work, on the lunch break, or in a private communication to God.
As you are building up your relationship with God with your worship, you will see what it means to trust also in Him. Because without trust, we live like business partners holding up their end of the deal, waiting for the moment there is a hint of a problem, and then jump ship looking for the best possible way out. When you build your trust in God, you will have more confidence than ever before because you know that without a shadow of a doubt, God is there backing you up and you will not fall short of the area in which you are believing in Him for.
So for now, Blessings to you. Remember to give God a victory praise every once in a while!