Monday, May 31, 2010

Brokenness and Worship...

From Nancy Leigh DeMoss
It seems there’s a lot of emphasis in the church today on freedom, love, and worship, as there should be. But we need to remember that God has established a process that leads to true freedom, love, and worship—and there are no short-cuts.

True worship begins with brokenness and humility over our sin. Mourning over our sin leads to repentance and then forgiveness. That produces freedom from guilt and bondage. Freedom gives us a greater capacity for love and then for worship.

And of course, true love and worship will lead us back to a new level of brokenness, deeper repentance, increased forgiveness, freedom, love, and worship.

So there’s nothing wrong with popping in a worship CD. But remember, we can’t experience true freedom, love, and worship unless we enter by way of humility, repentance, and forgiveness.


Barbara said...

Amen wise words here, yes it is very hard to worship, when you are not clost to the one being worshipped...Hugs Barbara

Anonymous said...

Excellent reminder, Thank you!

Jodi said...

Amen! I just listened online last week to a Voddie Baucham sermon on brokenness. This quote reminded me of it.


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