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Morning Worship is about a new kind of worship.

Worship is defined as:

  1. an act of religious devotion usually directed to God. The word is derived from the Old English worthscipe, meaning worthiness or worth-ship — to give, at its simplest, worth to something.
  2. the activity of worshipping (uh Duh)
  3. Main Entry: 1wor·ship Pronunciation: \?w?r-sh?p also ?wo?r-\Function: noun Etymology: Middle English worshipe worthiness, respect, reverence paid to a divine being, from Old English weorthscipe worthiness, respect, from weorth worthy, worth + -scipe -ship Date: before 12th century 1 chiefly British : a person of importance —used as a title for various officials (as magistrates and some mayors) 2 : reverence offered a divine being or supernatural power; also : an act of expressing such reverence 3 : a form of religious practice with its creed and ritual 4 : extravagant respect or admiration for or devotion to an object of esteem <worship of the dollar>

Which all are very long, boring and tedious. So I have found the best summation of just what Morning Worship is all about.

“Worship is the believer’s response of all that they are – mind, emotions, will, body – to what God is and says and does.” ( Thanks Mr. Warren Wiersbe for clarifying what I could not summarize in such a condensed sentence.)

Worship is not just about singing on Sabbath mornings, or on Sunday either. It’s not about singing along with the praise song on the radio as you bussel down the road at mock eighty. It’s not just quite time or daily devotions.

Worship is about everything you do. All day long and in the car. It’s hang’n with Jesus while you read your Bible as you would in a letter from a friend…or from a soldier you love on the other side of the world.

Worship is relationship and devotion. Morning Worshiping is me actively worshiping God and then letting you peek into my relationship with Him.  Wheeeee

SO Well here’s the deal.  Quite often when I am doing my own personal worship/devotions in the morning, I find myself reading a verse and a very different thought than what I am to study enters my mind.  Next thing I know, I’m on a Rabbit Trail tracking down other scriptures, or thoughts, to answer/explain what I am thinking and totally off of my worship/devotion path for the day.

In order to deal with these moments, so I can get refocused, I started to write these trails down in a separate section of my journal.  Overtime I began to refine them and share them with others in different forms.

Now I have taken it to the next level, and I hope you enjoy following some of my Morning Worship moments and Rabbit Trails.

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