Worship sans the Symphony…

Worship is the ‘attitude of faith’ shown during times of despondency.

And behold, a leper came and worshiped Him, saying, “Lord, if You are willing, You can make me clean.” – Matthew 8:2 (NKJV)

From very young, I always associated worship with music. Take a look at the scripture above. No symphony going on in the background….. it was just a simple statement….. a statement made by a leper…… and this, the Holy Spirit refers to as ‘worship’.

Why does the Holy Spirit call it to be worship? If you re-read the scripture, you can see a sense of hope and faith that this leper had on Jesus…. the Only Son of God.

However hopeless the situation, a simple utterance of faith, is seen as worship in the heavenlies.

When your mind tells you, it is scientifically, naturally impossible…… don’t forget, an attitude of faith-filled worship unto Christ the King, WILL open the door to the world of the miraculous!!!!!

Worship can happen with or without music. But it simply CANNOT happen without FAITH!!!

Let Faith rise up in your hearts….. and have a fantabulous month ahead!!! 🙂

About Varna Jeevagarajan

Hi there, I'm Varna Jeevagarajan. Originally from Chennai, but currently living in Saint Louis, US. Have been married to Tagore Jeevagarajan and blessed with two precious kids!!! Well, to say a little about myself.... I adore Jesus. And I enjoy writing! Put both together, and you get a blog that talks about my experiences with the Lord Jesus. I enjoy music and singing as well. And God has been gracious and enabled me to come out with an album called 'kanden'. I truly believe that every talent, small or great, ought to be used for magnifying and exalting His name and drawing the ends of the Earth to His throne!!! My blog and my musical talents are my little contributions!!! Hope that my music and my blog will bring Joy and Hope to your heart and bless your soul!!! Thanks for visiting, Varna Jeevagarajan
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