Worship is more than the songs that we sing, it is a life of honoring and revering our Lord. Living a life of worship is not confined within the walls of the church, you must live it everywhere you go. We have been given an eternal invitation to become God's instruments of worship. It is the highest calling an expression of our love of our Father, God.

Trusting God

I don't think that most of us want to distrust God.  Instead, I think that when life hits us with illnesses that the doctors say are incurable when you have bills that you cannot pay, a child on drugs, your husband or wife abandons you or you cannot find the strength to go on, it is hard to trust. Sometimes, we confuse believing with trust. Trust differs from believing. Believing in a thing or person does not necessarily mean that you put your trust in it or the person. Trust takes belief to the next level. Trust is a firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, and strength of someone.  Belief and trust go hand in hand.  God desires us not only to believe in Him but to trust Him. After all, He is our Creator and Father.

What We Speak Out of Our Mouths Matter

Words spoken, read and heard can change your life.  Many of our lives are self-fulfilling prophecies because everything we speak affects us and sometimes those we direct the words to.  Life and death is the power of the tongue ( Proverbs 18:21). As you look at your life and where you are today, you may notice that your life mirrors what has come from your mouth. If you are not satisfied with the outcome of your life, you can reverse the trend by speaking good things and speaking what God's says about you.