There is something that goes much deeper than singing a few songs about the Lord. Not that songs about the Lord aren’t good. There is no higher use of music than worship. But we need to push past the songs. What if there was no music? Could you still worship? Jesus said that the Father is seeking those who will worship Him in spirit and in truth. That can and should be our lifestyle.
We are in a place, and drawing near a time, of great significance. The Intensity grows stronger with each passing day, and the stronger it gets, the harder it seems to put into words.
How do we find the heart of worship? The place we should be is a place where we are so overwhelmed by the presence of God, that everything else becomes unimportant. It’s not so much about what we do, as it is about who He is. Where what we feel in our spirits outweighs all of our physical senses. This is the place of transformation. This is how God changes us into the people He Intends for us to become. This is where we need to be, living in Intimacy and with expectancy, more and more often as we grow in faith.
What is the heart of worship? We sometimes feel we’ve touched it, but the journey continues. I believe it always will, right into eternity. God is eternal, and He will forever reveal new facets and reasons to worship Him, and joy overflows in the quest! Could it be any other way?