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Worship God
Matthew 2:1-12, Hebrews 12:22-29


There are two movements the Biblical story (and in the Christmas story): 1) God blesses us; 2) we respond. At Christmas, God blesses us with the birth of the Savior. In response, we worship God. (“The shepherds returned, glorifying and praising God …” Luke 2:20. “On entering the house, [the Magi] saw the child with Mary his mother; and they knelt down and paid him homage” Matthew 2:11.)

Worship is the primary commitment of God’s people. From beginning to end, the Bible calls people to worship, describes when and how to worship, and insists that worship is essential for an intimate relationship with God. There are several reasons why we worship: as a response to what God has done and is doing; so that God can have access to our lives and transform us; so that we can experience restoration and wholeness; so that we can become a community of God’s people; and so that we can fulfill our mission to be and make disciples. (See Overflow by Berlin and Weems.) The first commitment that will change your life in 2022: attend and participate in a service of worship every week.