Friday, September 23, 2022


I am horrible at grammar. Horrible.

The fact that I have a blog is amazing. The fact that I've written books, is miraculous.

Nothing about grammar makes sense to me. Predicate nominative? Say what? Dangling modifier? Huh? What are these things? Why do I need to know them?

While grammar is beyond me, I do understand what a noun, verb, and adjective are. So today I want to ask you a question. Is your worship a noun, verb, or adjective?

Worship as a Verb #worship #praise

We often use the word worship as an adjective. Just think of your church. Worship services with worship teams and worship bands who play worship songs. We also use worship as a noun when we say things like, "I went to worship service."

Worship isn't a place. It doesn't describe services, teams, or bands. Worship is a verb. It's what we do. It's how we live.

And so, dear brothers and sisters,
I plead with you to give your bodies
to God because of all He has done for you.
Let them be a living and holy sacrifice-
the kind He will find acceptable.
This is truly the way to worship Him.
Romans 12:1

God wants our worship to be giving of ourselves to Him. He wants it to be an outpouring of gratitude, and a response to His great love, grace, and mercy. 

Let's stop making worship a noun or adjective and let's start living out worship.

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