Worship: It’s What I Do

You WILL worship something…what will it be?

Sure, you don’t have a golden image sitting in your closet. But, you could easily devote too much time and energy to relationships, self-image, clothes, possessions, education, and entertainment. Slowly, anything can become what you praise and worship.

We were created to worship! (Revelation 4:11) But of course, God desires to be the only one you worship. When you worship and praise whole heartedly, it is SO satisfying! Because you are fulfilling the essence of why we were created!

Although it feels good and it’s one of the main purposes for our existence…why does worship make us feel uncomfortable? Why can it be so difficult?

The answer is simple. Let’s look at the story of King David…(2 Samuel 6:16)

David was worshiping the Lord and celebrating that the Ark of the Covenant was back in the Holy Land as he danced down the streets of Israel. He was so thrilled and grateful, he was acting a “foo”. Michal, his wife, was embarrassed and even disgusted by his behavior, for it was improper, undignified, and inappropriate for a King to behave in such a way. Worship requires humility. If you’re not having to humble yourself with how expressive, loud, and passionate you are worshiping… is it really a sacrifice? I understand we all worship differently, but either way, you should give your all in worship as King David did. He gave his all despite the opinions, observations, and influences around him. That’s why as young ladies, concerned about our appearance and image, we can struggle with worship (unless it’s the cute patty-cake golf clap). True worship requires surrender, shamelessness, selflessness, and humility.

The Bible talks about all kinds of expressive forms of worship that many may find embarrassing to do in service:

Dancing-Psalms 149:3, hand clapping-Psalm 47, hand raising-Psalms 63:4, singing- Colossians 3:16, shouting- Ezra 3:11-13, bowing- Ephesians 3:14-, and worship through music- Psalm 150.

I encourage you to be a beautiful example, portrayal of your testimony, and a grateful vessel of worship. Once you break through the pride, worry, and distractions, you will see how rewarding worship is to yourself and for your relationship with God!

about blogger

Charity Huba is a 24 year old Floridian, fond of the State’s hot summers and tropical beauty. She is a leader in youth ministry, music ministry, and Sunday school. She has her degree in Political Science and works for the government in the Division of Elections. She adores quality time with her loved ones, musicals, and moon-lit nights.

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