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Glorious Worship

Posted by appolus on October 26, 2009

I just wanted to share some worship with all of my brothers and sisters. This is from a sister from Scotland, a friend of mine who I know has an intimate relationship with Jesus. All worship should leave us with a sense of His majesty and His glory, should prepare our hearts and usher us into His presence. Sadly most of it does not. Be blessed, you will not regret downloading this. http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/mydownloads/singlefile.php?lid=17979&commentView=itemComments You can find Aileen’s album on my blogroll under “Latest CD.” Those of you who know me will know that I never promote anyone and in posting this I am hopefully promoting the majesty and glory of the Living God.

3 Responses to “Glorious Worship”

  1. timbob said

    Hi Frank.I’ll have to check this out when time permits. As you mention, true worship should cause us to just be in awe of our God and Savior. To bring us into the presence of the Lord with a heart of thanksgiving and unbridled adoration.

    I’ve been wanting to share an event that took place a few weeks ago. I thought about doing a post, but I’ll just tell you instead as it touches on this topic. It was a Sunday morning and the worship time at our church seemed….strange. We sang, I think a total of two songs which utilized only a few words, and, while I couldn’t put my finger on any unscriptural goings on, I was nonetheless troubled. I would not question the sincerety of anyone in our church. Yet I was troubled for two days afterwards and I inquired as to why this was so.

    Well late Tuesday evening, while at work, I suddenly found myself thinking of my church in Virginia and the songs that they always sang. Songs like “Victory in Jesus” “There’s Room at the Cross For You” “At Calvary” and many other older type songs. The lyrics and melodies began going through my mind and the joy spikes started. My church in Virginia didn’t have an elaborate worship team; only sister Brown playing the piano. But they would start singing these lyrics and….it’s astonishing that the roof never gave way from all of the shouting. I miss that! I REALLY MISS THAT!

    Those songs; just reading the lyrics is oftentimes enough to send one into the stratosphere. As you mention, most of what passes for worship these days falls way short of these songs that were written out of genuine encounter with the Lord Jesus. We live in an age where oftentimes shallow jingles seem to be preferred over heartfelt songs of deliverance.

    I’ll have to check out the link when I can. I just got home from work and it’s after 2:00am. Thanks for bringing this forth.

    Blessings always in Jesus name.

    timbob

  2. Shankar said

    Brother Frank,
    Truly i am blessed. thank you. I downloaded her hymns from sermonindex. Numbers 6:24-46.

    your brother in Christ
    shankar

    • appolus said

      Hi brother, yes she is truly a blessing. Its not the fact that she sings so well, for she surely does, its the fact that she is full of the Spirit of the Living God and her life has been dedicated to glorifying Jesus…………..brother Frank

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