In part one of ‘The Art of Worship,' we spoke about Our Time for Worship. We discussed how, we as believers ought not to limit our time for worship to just an occasional Sunday morning, nor once in a blue moon praise, but to become worship by embodying Jesus, with our whole being.
In this post, we are discussing Our Place of Worship.
Ordinarily, when we think about a place of worship, we head straight to the four walls of a church or a building. While in a natural perspective, that might be correct, however, our actual place of worship is so much more than that. Though our church buildings are essential, what's even more imperative is the beat that fuses and brings the church together. Souls bearing the heart of Jesus.
Because Jesus inhabits the praises of His people, the very thing that He’s
I remember as a child, going to church with mom I was so confused as I watched her and many other members speaking in tongues, jumping, and singing all kinds of praises to the Lord. I couldn't understand why they were so excited, nor could I interpret the origin of what I heard. However, I knew it had a time, a place, and a reason. Once I grew older, the confusion intensified, for my understanding of demons and spiritual warfare broaden. Whenever I saw someone wailing in the Spirit, I would stand shocked, praying for Jesus to ‘cover me' because I didn't want ‘their' demons jumping on me…. I know, sad. It's possible, but as a child of God who is covered and armed in the Spirit, you are completely free to worship and not be concerned about the threats of someone else's deliverance.
I've learned. As I developed in Jesus, I received
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