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New Blog Series: Destined to Worship

Discover the beauty and raw courage of worshiping God, in the story of the Israelites’ deliverance from Egypt.

Destined to Worship
Destined to Worship

Destined to Worship

Exodus details the story of a people who were destined to worship God. Their calling was to be a kingdom of priests, reigning as they ministered to the Holy King of majesty.

You, too, have a calling upon your life to minister to the Lord. Be inspired through this blog series, to move all the way into the glorious purpose as one who is destined to worship!

To Sacrifice What They Hold Sacred
To Sacrifice What They Hold Sacred

To Sacrifice What They Hold Sacred

Worship will probably require us to sacrifice something that our culture holds sacred. It may offend those who cling to what they treasure. If they worship a thing or an idea, more than they worship God, our worship will disturb them. Israel feared Egypt would even seek to stone them for sacrificing what they held sacred. God will ask us to sacrifice what the world esteems and even ask us to lay down our lives. But that’s what worship is.

Where Your Treasure Is
Where Your Treasure Is

Where Your Treasure Is

Judgment after judgment hit Egypt, as Pharoah hardened his heart and refused to let Israel go worship. The plagues proved God’s supremacy over all that Egypt worshiped and adored. Instead of humbling Pharoah’s heart, the plagues only served to cause Pharaoh to dig in his heels in obstinacy even more. Finally, it seemed he was willing to compromise, but his compromise was simply a deceptive trick of Satan himself, to lure Israel into deeper bondage and danger.

 

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Worship Ignited in My Heart

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Why Worship Ignited?

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Who Else Has a God So Near?

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