True worship brings about a shaking….

God: requires earth shaking praises from us…

Isaiah 6:2-4 (KJV) “Above it stood the seraphims: each one had six wings; with twain he covered his face, and with twain he covered his feet, and with twain he did fly. And one cried unto another, and said, Holy, holy, holy, is the Lord of hosts: the whole earth is full of his glory. And the posts of the door moved at the voice of him that cried, and the house was filled with smoke”.

The good thing about having God as a Father is that He teaches us requiring anything from us; “in the time of our ignorance He winks” (Acts 17:30 KJV); but when our understanding has been opened, then the expectation is that we follow suit and put into action that which have been planted into our system.

Throughout the OT, God demonstrates His holiness and the honor that He deserves before His face, but much more than that, we see how the patriarch of old sought to bring well deserved honor to our Father.

God escalate this demonstration by showing that even the holy beings before His throne can honor Him as well.

They do a great job to the point of the foundations shaking at their praises.

My God, if it were possible that the fervor we honor our God today bring forth a shaking and moving of the things within our immediate vicinity. May God be so honored today…

 

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5 Responses to True worship brings about a shaking….

  1. Please also consider John 4:24; and, by the way, Amen! Amen! and Amen! Great post!

    • vw1212 says:

      Blessings….that came to me in a powerful way recently; still trying to wrap my mind around it….vw

      • Consider the aspect of worship in that time. It was inside of a temple, with all of the ornamentation and symbols. In the year 70 A.D., the temple was destroyed. The Jews were being told of an intimate relationship of worship, that takes place anywhere, at anytime, on any day of the week. A dear friend of mine helped me to understand “all of us for all of Him,” as being true worship. Of course, the Lord’s Sabbath is Holy, but it is not the only day of the week for us to worship God. Of course, I will end this short discussion with, Amen! Amen! and Amen!. Please let me also add, “God is really busy taking you on a spiritual journey.” Amen! Amen! and Amen! to you my sister.

  2. VW, I have comeback to this post a few times and I see the vision of a poem in here. With your permission my write it I will be more than happy to email it to you and you can post it if your desires. Oh this is a great post thank- you and God Bless you, Amen.

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