Worship is an expression of what we believe in our heart about the Lord. Revelation 4 is a scene in heaven that John saw. I always marvel at the four living creatures with eyes all around and within. They could see the Lord at every angle. It seems that they were in continual revelation of who He is.
Revelation 4:8 says, “…they do not rest day or night saying, Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, who was and is and is to come.” They were in His Presence continually and they worshipped Him continually.
I’m formatting my next paperback, Emotional Freedom. I just came to this part this morning that I want to share with you. The chapter is called: Heart-Idols Are Idle-Worship: futile, empty, worthless pursuits.
There is only One worthy of our worship. Yet, anything that usurps that place is an idol in our heart.
Emotional idols are flesh. They are a self-preserving means of escape. They deceptively block out what is real to replace it with something futile.
In worship we bow down to the Lord in adoration. Emotional idols bow down our spirit man allowing our flesh to rule our thoughts.
Psalm 95:6 says, “Oh come, let us worship and bow down; let us kneel before the Lord our Maker.”
Here is a new song about the power of worship.
Song of Purity
As I look into Your eyes of purity I see holiness. All my defilements melt away like wax before fire and I am cleansed. Your eyes are pooled with love for me.
As I behold You all shame is removed. You are the lifter of my head my shield and my defense. I hide in You and enter into the sweetness of intimate communion.
O Most High. You are the Pure One. No defilement can come near You. All that stands before You is purified.
As I behold You O Most Holy One, as I gaze upon the beauty of Your holiness, I am changed. All that is within me rises to acknowledge You and bow in worship.