Disciplined - Worship - Weekly Devotional

Worship - Weekly Reading Plan
Day 1: Worship as the Destination of All Spiritual Disciplines
Reading: Romans 12:1-2
Reflect on what it means to present your body as a living sacrifice. How does this act of surrender relate to worship? - Consider the spiritual disciplines you practice. How do they ultimately lead you to worship?

Day 2: The Throne Room of God
Reading: Revelation 4:1-11
In your own words, describe the scene of worship around the throne. How does the elders’ act of laying down their crowns reflect their worship?  What can you learn from the heavenly beings' continuous worship in your own practice of adoration and reverence?

Day 3: Worship in Spirit and Truth
Reading: John 4:19-24
Jesus talks about worshiping the Father in spirit and truth. What does this mean to you personally, and how can you apply it to your daily worship? - The Samaritan woman had a transformative encounter with Jesus. How has your understanding of worship changed after a significant spiritual encounter?

Day 4: The Expected Nature of Worship
Reading: Hebrews 10:24-25
The sermon touched on the expectation of worship as part of the Christian life. How does gathering with other believers encourage you to worship? - Reflect on times when it may have been difficult to attend a church gathering. How did this affect your worship, and what did you learn from the experience?

Day 5: Elevating Everyday Moments Through Worship
Reading: Psalm 122
Psalm 122 speaks about the joy of going to the house of the Lord. How can you elevate your daily tasks and interactions to acts of worship? - Think about the "mundane" moments in your life. How can you intentionally infuse worship into these parts of your day to create a worshipful discipline?

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