Ever feel like nothing is happening and you’re just waiting???
Know that God is doing more than you know.
“Look around at the nations; look and be amazed! For I am doing something in your own day, something you wouldn’t believe even if someone told you about it” (Habakkuk 1:5, NLT).
Waiting is in the dna of faith.
The worship leader succeeds when he or she facilitates an unencumbered encounter with the living God. Yet part of the responsibility for true biblical worship falls on the congregant as well. The worshiper must find his or herself willing to remember, submit, and ultimately center his or her life on God and the marvelous things He has done. Can proper remembrance, submission, and obedience stem from poor theological content? Should we orient our lives around biblical half-truths?
Songs, speech and prayer function as the worship leader’s tools that teach the church about God and our relationship to Him. When they use these elements effectively, our worship overflows as a response to God in Christ through the Holy Spirit. Biblical worship transcends genre, personal taste, and emotion. May it never transcend the truth.
- Adam Wood
Well said Adam Wood…
I had the oppotunity to do something and becuase of either wisdom or fear, not sure just yet, i didn’t take it…
If it was wisdom, then I’m stoked.
But it felt too much like fear, like I missed out… I won’t miss it again.
I Will Be Devoted to Courage.
There are so many stars out tonight above our beautiful Kauai! So freaking epic.
I feel like a kid when I look at stars. Way more epic than any fireworks display.