Psalm 47:6 says, “Sing praises to God, sing praises to our King, sing praises.”
When we think of worship, singing is the primary expression of worship. There is a difference between singing from the heart and soul versus singing without emotions. Singing expresses the heart of a person. Worship is a personal moment that you share with God. Corporate worship helps to alleviate our worship experience. As we worship together, there is a synergy that takes place. The bible says in Matthew 18:20 “When two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.”
Last Saturday, at worship, there was a moment of stillness, and I felt the sovereignty of God’s presence with us. I knew He was there in the midst of us. We can learn to connect with Him and tap into God’s presence then you too can feel Him. I love singing in the shower; that’s my moment with God during the day. During this time, I pour my heart to God through my songs or just singing in tongues. The best way to express our concerns and emotions is through singing in worship. God hears me when I call Him, and He waits patiently for the time I have with Him. Let our voice be an instrument of worship.
Take a few minutes to sing to the Lord, a song that is in your heart. Let your voice be an instrument of worship. It doesn’t matter your key, rhythm or sound. What matters is your heart of worship. Join us on Saturdays as we worship together in one heart and one spirit. Ride on that wave of anointing and let your spirit be ministered too.
Let us pray
Thank you, Lord Jesus, for today. Thank you for the many blessings You have showered on us each day. Thank you for giving us each other to love and to encourage. Lord, grant us a heart of worship. Fill us with songs of joy, songs of love and songs of praises to You. Let our voice be an instrument of worship. Let Your presence wrap around us as we worship You. Cover us with Your anointing and lead us by Your Spirit. In Jesus’ name, I pray, Amen.