Friday, August 30, 2013

Five Minute Friday - Worship


It's time for the "Five Minute Friday" blogging post. The inspiration comes from Lisa Jo Baker


What you do is set your timer for five minutes and write whatever you want according to the prompt Lisa places on her blog every Friday. Then you go back, link your blog and give support to those who posted before you. And, we connect on Twitter with #FiveMinuteFriday.

Ready.
Set.
Go.

Worship.


I never was one to worry that if I wasn't in church God didn't hear me or love me. I know that God hears my prayers and my cries wherever I am, may it be in the stillness of my room or on a crowded highway.

Growing up, church was something that happened every Sunday. We went to church and Sunday School. I sang in the church choir. I went to church camp. Church was our life. I was baptized at the age of 13 and at the age of 16 I became one with my Lord and Savior through a very moving song we were practicing for choir. 

God loves me. He cares for me. He knows me. Where ever I am. 

Today, I still go to church on Sundays. I still go to Sunday School. And every week I join a women's Bible study group. 

But, those are the most important places I worship. My worship moments are more intimate. 

The first thing in the morning when I awaken and thank God for another beautiful day. The last thing I do as I rest my head on my pillow to fall asleep, I ask God to watch over my friends, family and loved ones. 

Worship. Moment by Moment.

Stop.


3 comments:

Linda@Creekside said...

yes, Vicki ... those sweet moments in solitude ... worship that His heart must treasure?

The Dose of Reality said...

Vicki, that was so beautiful. I've loved this Five Minute Friday topic. What a great way to head into the weekend. Thank you! --Lisa

misssrobin said...

I love this: "Worship. Moment by Moment." Beautifully said. I've lost a few of those moments lately. Thanks for the reminder to get back at it.

Stopping by from SITS.