Worshiping in the Glory

How do we worship & celebrate in the very presence of God?

2 Samuel 6:1-15

The story of the Ark brought back to Jerusalem is a prophetic picture of lessons learned and victories proclaimed.

What was the ark?

2 Samuel 6:2

By the Name

The ark represented the very presence of God. “Name” here therefore represents everything God reveals Himself to be. The ark was the center of the nation’s worship and the most sacred of its possessions.

What did the Ark contain?

(The Ten Commandments – God’s Moral law would last forever. Aaron’s rod – God’s chosen One. A pot of manna – life sustaining food.)

It is so important that we have a heart of worship which is an expression of full surrender and a stand of reverence (honor and respect) in the glory.

If we live out this heart of worship nature, the house and everyone in it will be blessed by the Lord God Himself

2 Samuel 6:11

If we don’t then even our good intentions will fall to the ground with no real fruit

2 Samuel 6:5-10

With a heart of worship, we cultivate a dynamic devotion where we love the Lord with all our heart, soul and strength

We continue to worship and celebrate in His glory until we have break through!

2 Samuel 6:12-15

And when we have breakthrough worship we get supernatural blessings and promotions

2 Samuel 6:18-19; 2 Samuel 7:12-16

How can we have a great awakening in the world if the church is asleep? And how can we show the world what they were created to be if we are not living out our calling as worshipers of God?

John 4:23-24

A revival of worshipers can only spread to the world from a starting point, the children of God

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