Psalm 89:15… “Blessed are those who have learned to acclaim you, who walk in the light of your presence, O LORD”
When you are given to worship and attitude of gratitude, you maintain a perpetual presence. Any pastor who does not know worship, is a pastor who will soon end as a wash-out. There are some big men pastors, that come to service only when worship is over. They don’t have time for the praise and worship, the praise and worship is for the small boys. Let the small boys finish their own, we will come in later.
I believe the pastor is the number one worshipper of the church, he is the number one worship leader of every assembly.
I believe that the worship leader or the music director is enhancing the assignment of the pastor of the worship leader. I believe it is the duty of the pastor to lead his people to the presence of God. So, there must be this attitude of gratitude at the heart of worship.
Psalm 22:3 says.. “Yet you are enthroned as the Holy One; you are the praise of Israel”
God dwell in the midst of praise. So, when a man or woman is given to praise and an attitude of gratitude, it establishes divine presence
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