Dear Worshiper,

We are all worshipers, whether we realize it or not, we all worship something or someone. We were designed that way, and we will fill our spirit’s with something or someone until we surrender to the living God.

Worship is all about relationship. It’s about relationship with the Holy God who needs nothing from us yet longs to know us and be known by him. So, first, as a worshiper of the one true God and as a worship leader in my local church body, I want to encourage you with some truths I have learned along the way…

You delight God when you bow your heart before him.

You delight God when you bow your body  before him.

You delight God when you sing a new song.

You delight him when you remember all he has done in your life.

You delight him when you choose thanksgiving over fretting.

You delight God when you obey him.

You delight him when you join together in unity with other believers in one voice to sing of his goodness and mercy.

You delight him when you allow yourself to be overcome by the powerful presence of the Holy Spirit and you lay your inhibitions down and care only what your God thinks of you.

You delight God.

You delight him when you look up to him with hands open ready to receive whatever he has for you.

You delight him when you lead out in song of praise to him.

You delight him when you choose his ways over your ways.

You delight him when you seek to understand what he wants from you in worship/life.

You are his delight.

You are.

He sings over you.

As you sing of your delight in him, he is singing of his delight over you.

He dances all around you.

As you engage in a physical expression of praise, he dances with you.

You delight him when your mind and your spirit is wholly engaged in spirit and in truth.

You are his delight.

So, my fellow worshipers, worship is much more than congregational singing, it is a way of life.  Worship is not static. Worship involves movement, literally and figuratively.  Move your heart closer to him through your daily choice to obey him.  As you do, you will be changed, never to be the same again.

Be brave and worship with abandon.



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I write to encourage you that you can experience a vibrant, transformative relationship with God even if your past or your shame tells you otherwise. God invites you upward and onward, will you join me? You'll receive weekly devotionals straight to your inbox. By subscribing you'll receive my 7-Day Devotional, Kicking Perfect, as a thank-you gift from me!

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