I will worship.
I am a Christian. My highest calling in life is to become more like Jesus. I will carve out time and space to sit at Jesus’ feet, my heart yielded to His care and correction.
My worship is not reliant on rostered positions nor reserved for platforms. I will treasure friendship with God over the function of relationship with Him. I make the secret place a daily trodden path, my everyday life poured out as an offering, my most ordinary moments a sacrifice of praise.
I will worship, singing songs of Biblical truth on Sundays, and live my life like I believe those same truths on Monday.
I choose to worship and to seek God at work in every season, my confidence not in my circumstances but in the unchanging nature of His character.
I will worship with a new song, my life a reflection of Christ’s mercies that are new every morning.
I will worship with my practice. My preparation positions me to lead others to the feet of Jesus.
I will worship around tables and over meals; in community we become more kind, more compassionate and more Christ-like.
I will worship in response to His worth and create as part of the mandate to see His kingdom come… on earth as it is in heaven.
WORSHIP – A NOT SO TRIVIAL PURSUIT. Team Night message from Cass Langton