Everything that breathes praises JAH. Hallelujah. Psalm R-V 1960 (RVR1960)
Winners SteemChurch - Music of the Week
by: brother @iksilva
How To Participate
Make a music video cover of any Gospel Song or an original song of your own
should be done with either vocals or musical instruments
should not be more than three minutes
Greetings to the church, and introduce yourself at the beginning of the video
Pls make sure to use SC-M as part of your tag and Steemchurch as your first tag
Click on the Image to access the video
Week Nro. 6
Winners of the past weeks
HOW TO BE A TRUE WORSHIPER
The true worshiper becomes a process. He does not become a worshiper from one day to the next. Being a worshiper is a lifestyle that is characterized more by the attitude of the heart than by the things we can do as expressions or forms of worship. God is more interested in what we are than in what we do. God is more interested in us being true worshipers than in the worship we offer him.
How can we walk in that dimension? The following are some guidelines that will help us to be a true worshiper: The word worship also means to offer, and through the scriptures we find the word worship as synonymous with the word "sacrifice" or offering. The apostle Paul presents this truth to us in the following verse:
Rom 12: 1 "... Therefore, I urge you, brethren, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your rational worship ..."
The word "bodies" is defined as a whole, not only contemplating the physical dimension of our being, but the 3 dimensions with which God created us. Spirit, soul and body. 1 Cor. 15:44 the apostle Paul distinguishes between two of the bodies he speaks of in Rom. 12: 1; the spiritual body and the animal body or our soul. With the above it is established that our worship is required to involve all our bodies, the spiritual, the animal (soul) and the physical.
The "living sacrifice" mentioned by the Apostle determines the action of continually offering or surrendering our life (living sacrifice) in adoration to God. God does not want a part of our life. Ask for all our heart, all our soul, all our mind, and all our strength. (Marc 12:30).
For the Jews, the heart is the true man that we are and that sometimes we do not even know ourselves. We adore it from the heart when we adore it as we really are inside our room; we adore it from the heart, when we adore it as we are.
We must adore him with our soul, that is, surrender to him our will in such a way that we always have the disposition to adore him; that we use our emotions in a balanced way to adore him, we can not cry or laugh whenever we adore him, our emotions must be according to what we want to express. By worshiping him with all our mind, we worship him with the understanding of what we are doing, in depth, taking control of our thoughts, not allowing them to wander while we worship him.
But we must also adore him with all our strength, with intensity, from the depths of our bowels. If we do not do so we can end up offering a superficial, dry, indifferent and purposeless adoration.
God is not interested in half-hearted commitments, partial obedience and the leftovers of our time. He wants our total surrender to Him, not bits of our life.