Turning thunder into song

This is a beautifully written article! Remember: thunder may be powerful and scary, but God made the thunder, and He holds us in His strong and loving hand! From VandaliaRiver.com………………


Nice! From Learning From God’s Word………………

Following the return of the Jews to Jerusalem, after their captivity in Babylon and prior to the beginning of the rebuilding of the Temple, there was the resumption of worship at the Temple site (Ezra 3:1-6). Worship – This must always lie at the heart of the life of God’s people. Once the foundation had […]

via Worship must always lie at the heart of the life of God’s people (Learning From The Book Of Ezra). — Learning From God’s Word

It is possible to worship God when we have no clue what He is doing!  From Core Christianity via Truth2Freedom’s Blog……….

Florence Chadwick, the first woman to swim the English Channel, decided in 1952 that she wanted to swim from Catalina Island to the California coast, about 26 miles. No woman had ever done that before. It was very foggy when she started her swim, and she couldn’t see. After 15 hours in the water (yes, […]

via Core Christianity | We Can Worship Even When We Don’t Understand — Truth2Freedom’s Blog

I have been looking for ways to consciously worship/pray/connect with God on a more regular and consistent basis.  There are some great ideas along these lines in this article from Adrian Warnock!

via Pray In Spirit and Truth

A nice list of music from Spotify that focuses on peace for the Christian.  From Adrian Warnock……………..

Today I wanted to share a Spotify play list that I use often. It is full of calming peaceful relaxing worship music. I often use this to help me get ready to sleep when I are tired out, a bit stressed, or fears and anxiety are gripping me. This is music that God will use…

via Peace Filled Worship Music — Adrian Warnock

Stephen McAlpine has written an article about comparing worship in the OT with worship after Jesus came.  It is both humorous and thought-provoking.  Give it a read!  🙂

I’ve taken the opportunity during our extended, and gloriously sunny, beachside holiday to plough through the Pentateuch. Genesis was a riveting read, as was most of Exodus. Then we get a bit bogged down. Lots and lots of worship ordinands. And don’t let me catch you boiling a young goat in its mother’s milk. The…

via Jesus takes the worry out of worship — Stephen McAlpine