Sony’s Thoughts: Continual Worship

This morning in church I found myself being quiet at times, listening to those around me lifting their voices in praise. It felt like a small glimpse of what Heaven will be like. Only on that day there will be millions of saints throughout the ages lifting their voices in praise to the One who is worthy of continual praise. I look forward to that day but I’m aware that this kind of worship must begin here. Our life should be one of worship, not just on Sunday but everyday. 

The song comes to mind: “Lord, prepare me to be a sanctuary pure and holy, tried and true. With thanksgiving I’ll be a living sanctuary for You.” May I be a sanctuary from which worship flows continually. 


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  1. Our pastor talked about this type of thing this morning. He said he read that the average American only dedicates 1 hour outside of church to God per week. He said we should try to build-up our faith like it was exercise. We suggested we should try to add a little more time every week because not only would more time dedicated to God better for us but it also shows a willingness to be obedient to God’s command.