Lord of All Lords You Will Be!

During a time of prayer today with my friend Kiwibird otherwise known as Kbird, we began to lift up our voices in song to the Lord. Yes, one can sing in chat. If you don't believe me, ask Bethy She will affirm that this is true. One can definitely sing in chat!

As we sang unto the Lord, a song which I have not heard in a number of years began to go through my head. It is called "We Bow Down". The words of this song declare who God is and our response to that.

I have become alarmed at a growing trend in American churches to turn worship time into a time of worshiping ourselves or someone else rather than God. We must always remember that if we are not careful we can easily take our focus off of God and begin to worship the created more than the Creator. The best prevent/cure for that is... take time to truly worship HIM!

Come and join me. Let's bow before the King and sing HIS praises!

Blessings!

K :princess:

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Alison Stewart @kiwibird ·

[quote]Yes, one can sing in chat. If you don't believe me, ask Bethy She will affirm that this is true. One can definitely sing in chat![/quote]

Amen! Singing, prayer and great fellowship all in one place

[quote]We must always remember that if we are not careful we can easily take our focus off of God and begin to worship the created more than the Creator. The best prevent/cure for that is... take time to truly worship HIM![/quote]

Amen!

kbird

@silverpen
Tan Yeowhwa @silverpen ·

Sister K, I agree with you:clap:. I found many churches singing worship songs that do not worship anymore but only about ourselves and how we feel. Very very sad.

May the true spirit of worship abide in us and in all our worship of God. [img]http://planetsmilies.net/music-smiley-7532.gif[/img]

Blessings always

From Hwa [img]http://www.thesmilies.com/smilies/office/fountainpen.gif[/img] Silverpen

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