Father, I can come to You alone and pour out my heart. I can see beautiful pieces of Your amazing creation, and be filled with awe and wonder at Your power and creativity, and imagination. I can read Your Word and know I am in touch with You as You open my eyes and mind to understanding something new I haven’t seen before.
And although all of these are ways I connect with You, I feel a more complete sense of worship and abandonment when I raise my voice and sing to You.
Even better if I am playing the guitar or piano too, because it involves more of my body participating in the rejoicing.
Or if I use my hands and arms to do sign language as I sing, the motions make me feel as if my whole body is involved in worship.
And when I can do this with other believers, the harmony and volume become a majestic symphony of adoration, filling my senses and pouring them back out to You.
“Come, let us sing for joy to the Lord…Come, let us bow down in worship, let us kneel before the Lord our Maker…Sing to the Lord a new song…sing to the Lord; praise His Name…”
When You fill my heart, whether with joy, or thanksgiving, or even pain, I write down what I hear You singing to me, and sing it back to You. It opens a door between us. Here’s one song You gave me that expresses just that:
When I sing to You I can feel Your Holiness
When I sing to You I can feel Your love
When I sing to You I can feel Your power in my life
God I know You hear me
I can feel You near me
When I sing to You
One thought on “Oct 25 Worship”
There is something about music and singing that truly is like “praying twice”. KLOVE was a touchstone for me during tough times and sometimes a song is all I need to settle my heart or remind me to focus back on God.
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