New Apostolic Church USA

A fellowship of prayer | Week of September 2nd

Psalm 95:6-7, Oh come, let us worship and bow down; let us kneel before the Lord our Maker. For He is our God, and we are the people of His pasture, and the sheep of His hand. Today, if you will hear His voice.

From the sermon series: The community of all believers

Psalm 95 is all about worshipping God. The psalmist encourages believers to praise God for many things – He is our salvation, He created the earth, He is great. Most importantly, He’s our God and Maker, and we are His children.

One way that we can worship God is through prayer. Worship isn’t just about music; it’s anything that brings praise to God and expresses how we feel about Him. Notice that in Psalm 95, the psalmist asks believers to bow down and kneel. Sometimes, when we change our physical posture, we are able to worship in a different way. We more intentionally focus on our relationship with God. Bowing down or kneeling is generally considered a very humble gesture. When reflecting on our relationship with our great God, we should indeed be humble before Him. Though we are sinners, He has chosen us as His children. This very act of love causes us to come to Him in humility.

Journal Prompt: The next time you pray, pray while kneeling down. What was this experience like? Did it feel different compared to other times that you pray?

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