December 2, 2020 - Daily Devotional
Updated: Dec 24, 2020
John 4:24 (TPT): "From here on, worshiping the Father will not be a matter of the right place but with the right heart. For God is a Spirit, and he longs to have sincere worshipers who worship and adore him in the realm of the Spirit and in truth."
John 4:24 (Mirror Bible): God is Spirit and not a holy mountain or a sacred city with man-made shrines! Return to your Source - the Father is our true fountainhead! (You are not defined by your physical birth, your domestic life, your history, your culture or your religion!)
Wednesday is here (or Hump Day if you prefer). Do you worship God (Father-Son-Spirit) in Spirit and Truth? Or do you just go through the motions? A question that I feel we each need to ask ourselves is, do we put on a show, or do we rest in the knowledge of His Presence in our lives?
Let's read today's scripture together and reflect……" From here on, worshiping the Father will not be a matter of the right place but with the right heart." Are we focused on buildings, furniture, icons, etc.? Or have we come to the realization that worship is a heart thing? Read on….."For God is a Spirit, and he longs to have sincere worshipers who worship and adore him in the realm of the Spirit and in truth." Sincerity and truth are the attributes of real worship."
May we come to know our Lord, not just know about Him. May we walk in the Spirit always….. continually. Communicating with our Heavenly Father. May our worship 'BE' in sincerity and truth. May we worship our Lord in the way we live our lives.
Take time to meditate. Place your hands over your heart……Breathe in……..Holy Spirit, Make Yourself Known…….Breathe out…….Thank You, Holy Spirit…….Breathe in……. Heavenly Father, bless this time with You……..Breathe out……..Thank You Father.
Wednesday, here we come worshiping God (Father-Son-Spirit) in Spirit and Truth…..in sincerity. Breathe in….. Breathe out.
Let's pray……." Father, help us to worship You in Spirit, in truth, and in sincerity. Bless this day. Protect us and our families. We come to You in the name of Jesus." All together, say, "Amen."
Pray for one another.....
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