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When some people think of “a life of worship,” they think of the fifteen minutes or two hours, depending on their denomination, that ... Read More
When some people think of “a life of worship,” they think of the fifteen minutes or two hours, depending on their denomination, that they spend on their feet on a Sunday morning in church. They may think of the CDs they play in the house as they attack the daily chores. Yet while those certainly represent an act worship, they don’t represent a life of worship. In this study readers will discover how Jesus lived every moment of every day with a “yes” in His spirit to His Father. They will see how His declared intent was solely to do the will of His Father, how He worshipped as He healed the blind and the lame, and even how He worshipped in the Garden of Gethsemane as He prayed that the cup of the wrath of God might pass from Him. They will be encouraged to live a similar life of worship to their heavenly Father.