Making Monday a Day of Worship

I said Monday, but I could have substituted any other day of the week and meant the same thing.  My point is that there is a way to make any day you live a day of worship.  In fact, it’s God’s will that we make every day a day of worship.

The true worship of God is doing His will.  It is not the ceremonies, singing, and rituals that people often associate with worship.  That was all done away with the passing of the Old Covenant.

All animal sacrifice in the Old Testament was a foreshadowing of the ultimate sacrifice that Jesus would make on our behalf when He was crucified.  Once that ultimate sacrifice was made, all animal sacrifice was thereafter obsolete.  Not only did Jesus’ death render sacrifice obsolete, it rendered all religious ritual obsolete.  The New Covenant that God made with mankind through Jesus Christ was a covenant not for engaging in ceremony, but rather in doing God’s will. 

God cares intensely about the righteousness with which we conduct our lives.  His will is that we be honest with each other, generous to the needy among us, and kind to everyone – that we love Him above all and our neighbor as ourselves.  The sacrifices that He wants are that we do good and share.  Therefore, if you live each day in His presence, doing these things, then He is worshiped.  Living this way will bring you peace with God.  You do not have to join a church or participate in what church people call worship.  God will be fully content with your obedience to Him.

The purpose of this blog is to provide information about Jesus to those who want to hear about Him without having to join something.

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