Psalm 100 (erv)
Today’s post is short and sweet! This scripture showed up recently in my readings twice in one day, and all I could think was “okay, Lord, I hear you”. These verses are a roadmap for worship. It instructs us to be joyful because of the Lord and who He is. Also because of what He’s done. It also directs us to meet Him with thanks and praise Him because of His goodness.
I often wish I had guidelines for worship, sometimes it doesn’t feel like I’m doing it right. Admittedly, worship and prayer can feel daunting, especially when first getting started. It can also feel like something you need to figure out on your own. But these verses show us that that just isn’t true. We weren’t meant to figure it out on our own. We’re given guidelines that will make our worship experience stronger and more meaningful.
Read through today’s scripture one more time and write down any words or phrases that stand out to you. Review what you wrote down and spend some time meditating on what the Lord might be speaking to you today.
For a heart that seeks to worship only Him.