This is Day 1 of a 31-day series on day-to-day worship. To see more posts, click below:Day 4: Don't think too hard
Day 5: True & Proper
Day 6: Sunday Mornings
Day 7: When nothing goes right
Day 8: Longing & Desire
Day 9: Gratitude
Days 10, 11, & 12: Fear
Day 13: What it's not
Day 14: Awe
Day 15: When it's hard to remember
Day 16: Going Public
Day 17: Contrition
Day 18: Using your Gifts
Day 19: Stop
Day 20: Atonement
Day 21: Ordinary
Day 22: British Ghosts & God's Control
Day 23:You ARE
Day 24: All Things New
Day 25: Sustainer
Day 26: Eat & Drink
Days 27 & 28: Expectations
There's something about Sunday morning worship. Maybe it's the fellowship, or maybe it's the great teachers and singers who just nail it. You sit down in the pew, worship through song, and wonder why you didn't do this all week long because it is just so good to worship Him in that moment.
Monday morning begins, and the crazy begins yet again. The moments of joyous worship on Sunday become but a blur amongst all of the other things vying for your attention... how in the world are you supposed to remember to be in constant worship when daily life is anything but calm?!
This is for the person who longs to worship, but has no idea how.
This is for the person who has a cramped schedule and a crowded mind.
This is for people like me, who must find ways to creatively wedge worship into the little things... because there's no way my school day allows time for a 30-minute praise & worship session.
This is for anyone who has ever said "I love Him, and I want to be in constant worship, but it's just so hard to remember."
I'll be seeking and finding answers to the questions of "What is worship?" and "How can I make time to remember?" for 31 days in October, along with others at The Nesting Place. I'd love your input and your comments as I work it out!
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