Deborah Clark, Minister
First Christian Church (D.O.C.)
Romans 12:1 “I beseech ye, therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service.
As children of God, we are expected to worship Him with everything we have. Presenting our bodies to him is total submission. Everything we have belongs to him and our worship should express that. Paul and Silas were in prison, and they chose to sing and praise God instead of moaning and complaining. This unusual worship caught the attention of others. People are always watching those of us who proclaim the name of Jesus, so when we face challenges, we must continue to show our confidence in our Savior. How we react in times of trouble tell others where our faith lies.
As the COVID pandemic continues, we must never waiver in our praise and worship. Our ministry must grow and increase in intensity because the lost need to hear the good news like never before. Take some time to pray, ask God to lead you to the ones who need you. Our worship should not be just ordinary it should be extraordinary.