Costly Worship

Matt 26:6   a woman came to him with an alabaster jar of very expensive perfume, which she poured on his head

Worship that costs me is true worship!worship_at_the_Beach

And it will cause the religious to bristle.

It’s bringing the things I treasure most and submitting them to Jesus.  It’s trusting Him with my personal dreams for my future.  It’s abandonment to generously praising His qualities.  It’s wanting to spend time with Him in relationship as much as He wants it.  It’s bringing my money and my talents and my time and my energy and serving Him with all of it.  It’s being overwhelmed with thankfulness for the eternal things He has done in me.

Do you only worship at church?  Do you worship at home?  By yourself?  With music or without?  In a special place that works for you, or somewhere different each time?

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One Response to Costly Worship

  1. Alan says:

    We can neglect the ‘cost’ issue – but without cost we don’t really cherish ownership. In giving all that we have we gain all the He has given – this is such an advantageous exchange. Love your work and your words!

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