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Why we can worship when things aren't great - An inspiring short sermon series by The Commandment Co
 
 
Here’s why we can worship even when things aren’t great: we have an awesome God and we can trust His lovingkindness to prevail and we will triumph and overcome through Him.
 
 
We have an awesome God and we can trust his lovingkindness to prevail
 
 
Even David, the beloved psalmist of Israel, went through this. In times of fear, discouragement or heartbreak, David worshipped the Lord and He healed David and turned His situations around.
 
 
 O Praise the Lord, all you nations! Praise Him, all you people! For His lovingkindness prevails over us (and we triumph and overcome through Him), and the truth of the Lord endures forever. Praise the Lord! (Hallelujah) ~ Psalm 117
 
 
At one of the lowest points of David’s life, He hid in a cave after faking madness in front of another king to protect himself. He sang, “I sought the Lord, and He heard me and delivered me from all my fears.” (Ps 34:4) and he was so assured of the Lord’s goodness by the end that he sings, “The Lord hears his people when they call to him for help. He rescues them from all their troubles.” (Ps 34:17)
 
 
 I sought the Lord, and He heard me and delivered me from all my fears ~ Psalm 34:4
 
 
Through this episode in the cave, 400 distressed men in the cave saw David restored and renewed with hope, and they too were restored. They later became David’s mighty men, who did great exploits!
 
 
 The Lord hears His people when they call on Him for help. He rescues them from all their troubles ~ Psalm 34:7
 
 
It’s not about how WE worship the Lord, but simply as we behold and magnify His goodness, beauty, power and compassion, the problems in life suddenly seem so small in comparison. Faith arises and we dare to believe once again!
 
 
Article by @decibel.one
December 03, 2020 — The Commandment Co