Come As You Are and Worship
Read: Matthew 2:2 & Psalm 95:6-7 & 1 Chronicles 16:23-29
I was raised in the Lutheran church and dated a Catholic boy through high school. I married a man in the ministry of the Fundamental Charismatic Movement, but after a church division, we chose to be part of a Presbyterian church body. We later made a decision to raise our children in the Baptist faith, yet when my children went off to college, I found myself in a Church of God for fellowship. While all of this may seem somewhat haphazard, even in the uncertainty of the situations, God was leading me and teaching me.
Through this journey, I learned to worship God in all things and realized that worship takes many forms. I was raised to revere God and appreciate His sovereignty in the teachings of Martin Luther. I learned to celebrate God and His magnificence in the Charismatic church. In Baptist Sunday Schools, I learned fundamentals and foundations for living in the faith that I had not known. I gained a church family. My experiences in the Presbyterian church helped me grow to appreciate the fellowship of others and showed me the Holy Spirit’s role in my Christian walk.
God desires and deserves our worship. Our worship of Him grows with our relationship to Him. As we walk with Him and submit to His ways, He will lead and guide and teach us step by step. We are invited to come and worship Him.
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