Read: Psalm 95:1-6
In our society, Christianity is quickly becoming a private issue. The signs are everywhere. In restaurants, two people bow their heads and pray to God, but instead of praying together they say individual prayers. People go into the office Monday morning and talk about every detail of their weekend except what happened at church.
In the first six verses of Psalm 95, the psalmist uses the phrase “let us” six different times. The psalmist is talking about worship. It is interesting that the psalmist never says, “let me,” but instead always says, “let us.” The reason is simple. The psalmist is telling us it is important to live our lives of worship with other believers. We need others who will celebrate with us. We need others who will sing songs of praise with us. We need others who will bow down in the presence of God with us. We all want to think we can do things on our own. We want to think we can live a life of faith without others’ help, as if accepting help from another Christian is in some way admitting defeat. It is important to remember Jesus surrounded Himself with the disciples to make living a life of faith easier for Himself and for them. We all need people who will help us live the life of worship God has called us to live.
Let us acknowledge that we need others and that others need us. Let us unite with each other and build each other up so we can be the people He wants us to be.
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