Sunday, 8 June 2014

Why We Worship 23



I am taking time each week to ask myself "Why we worship"


This is Pentecost Sunday

                so there is no doubt as to what we should consider today.




  

This is probably one of the hardest things for us to comprehend.


We are so used to everybody having a physical being 

but God is not a physical being 

He is a Spirit.



We can't see a spirit, we can't reach out and touch a spirit, 

we cannot fully understand what a spirit is.



But something we do know is God's Word and in the Bible it clearly states that we must

                                             
Worship God in Spirit and in Truth.


We must worship Him in line with these two attributes that belong to Him.





From this we can know that we have a spirit too because if we were only a physical being God could not require this of us.  

              
What a great privilege we have to be like God and be invited to worship Him.


Did you worship God today?











Linking up with Fellowship Fridays

9 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing at The Weekend Brew!

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  2. I love the explanation Dallas Willard gives about the Spirit. He says that just as our spirit occupies our body but cannot be pinpointed, so God's Spirit occupies space. So Paul was being literal when he said, "in him we live and move and have our being." (Acts 17:28) We're surrounded by Him all the time! I love that picture!

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    1. Amen Lisa, thanks for dropping in.

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  3. Oh I really need to catch up on from this series! Thank you for faithfully joining TWW every week, Sandra. I appreciate you. Blessings.

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  4. I liked that you brought out and explained 'spirit and truth' so well. I was encouraged by this post, Sandra.

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    1. Thank yo u for taking the time to encourage me too Judith

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  5. Worship God in spirit and in truth is TRULY all I can do, over and over again, every day. He is a consistently Spiritual Treat. Thank you.

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  6. Your post is helpful in more fully understanding the Holy Spirit. Thank you, Sandra!

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