Worship Changes Our Face

by Max Lucado

Exactly what is worship?

I like King David’s definition in Psalm 34:3:  “Oh magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt His name together.”

Worship is magnifying or enlarging our vision of God. Of course his size doesn’t change, but our perception of him does. As we draw nearer, he seems larger. Isn’t that what we need?  A big view of God?  Don’t we have big problems, big worries, and big questions? Of course we do.  So, we need a big view of God. Worship offers that.

A vibrant, shining face is the mark of one who has stood in God’s presence.  He wipes away the tears.  Not only does God change the face of those who worship, he changes those who watch us worship!

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Max Lucado
From: Just Like Jesus

Used by permission

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One Response to Worship Changes Our Face

  1. Stephen Bernard says:

    Thank you for this insightful devotional.
    God bless you and keep you.

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