Saturday, 14 April 2018

10 DEEP FACTS ABOUT THE CALL TO WORSHIP

10 DEEP FACTS ABOUT THE CALL TO WORSHIP


“And the Lord said to Moses: “Take sweet spices, stacte and onycha and galbanum, and pure frankincense with these sweet spices; there shall be equal amounts of each. 35 You shall make of these an incense, a compound according to the art of the perfumer, salted, pure, and holy. 36 And you shall beat some of it very fine, and put some of it before the Testimony in the tabernacle of meeting where I will meet with you. It shall be most holy to you.”- Exodus 30:34-36

There is a central core of pivotal possibilities in every man. This center of being in each of us is interchangeably called our heart, or our spirit.  And like our emotional heart, this core determines our primary focus interest and affections in life. This core is also called our spirit. Our key to worshiping the almighty God is the key to activating and revitalizing this core.
It’s like an elevator built into the hub of a high rise. It’s like a ski lift that takes us from the plane of the mundane to the peak of adventure. It is our worship that connects us to our God.

Fact #1. God instituted worship for people not solely for His own enjoyment; Worship is not intended by God for people to prove their own expertise in religious exercise…but rather He gave us worship as a means of satisfying our hunger and our thirst for Him.”

Fact #2.  He gives us His Biblical call to worship to keep us in the mainstream of spiritual refreshment via worship, via teaching, and fellowship.

Fact #3. Worship is a direct challenge to each believer…to open himself up to real passion, and to learn more fully what it means to truly and completely be alive in Christ.

Fact #4. Worship is the way to invite God to rule in your house. I want to ask you, is your welcome mat out today?

Fact #5. Worship has a fragrance: and our flesh has an odor. If there is just a little flesh in your act of worship: it is unacceptable to God. As believers, our dependence must be upon God and not on the flesh.

Fact #6. In the Old Testament in the tabernacle, the utensils and all of the furniture used for worship…Had to be anointed before they could be used. They didn’t anoint with just any old oil. They had a special oil made from a recipe that God gave them.

Fact #7. There’s no anointed worship without death of the flesh.

Fact #8.  If you want God’s anointing as you worship Him, you must die to yourself. Die to the old person you once were. Die to your own agenda. Die to…desires of dreams not born of God.”

Fact #9. There must be a grinding to powder in order to produce true worship…God uses the grinding circumstances of life…He grinds our pride. He grinds our control of the flesh. He grinds out our selfishness to produce a pure heart that will worship Him.”

Fact #10. When you are an oozing worshiper, there will be a constant flow of the Spirit of God in your life.

Exodus 30:6-7, 23-36; Hebrews 10:25, 1Corinthians 1:29, John 7:37-39, John 4, Romans 12:1.

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