{Romans 12:1; NLT}

 And so, dear brothers and sisters, I plead with you to give your bodies to God because of all he has done for you. Let them be a living and holy sacrifice—the kind he will find acceptable. This is truly the way to worship him.

John [the writer of the book of Revelation] is convinced that what people do in their worship lies behind what they do in the world.  Worship is not to be limited to a gathering of believers on a certain day of the week; the worship or service to God is to be offered continually.  Indeed, John agrees with Paul’s notion that Christians are to present their lives daily to God in complete submission to his will (Rom. 12:1).  It’s a complete heart-surrender.  If God is truly acknowledged in all that Christians say and do, the war at the of things is won because the way of the heart is won.

Robert Lowery, Revelation’s Rhapsody, p. 95

Questions to consider:

  • What is worship? Why do we make singing and music the focus of our worship?
  • How does your life reflect your worship?
  • What does it mean to surrender your heart?  Why is this so important?
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