Worship is a useful tool against the enemy and as a means of rejoicing.
Anyone can worship and it can be done anywhere.
You do not need a worship band with good musicians and other believers; it can be a solo occupation done anywhere.
Yes, David used his musical skills to comfort Saul and release him from bondage (1 Samuel 16 v 23).
Most of us cannot play the harp, but we can make a joyful noise, we can serve the Lord and we can sing in His presence (Psalm 100 v 1 and 2).
Whether we worship or not is a choice.
Sitting by the sea watching the sunset (it was awesome last night up here in the north of Scotland) and gasping in amazement is an act of worship.
Singing along to your favourite cd (like Charlie and Jill LeBlanc’s “Simply Worship”) is an act of worship; I could easily be listening to something else at the moment, but I have chosen to listen to worship music.
Speaking out in tongues and in prayer is an act of worship.
Even sitting quietly in prayer and meditation, focussing on Jesus is an act of worship.
All the above are acts of will, and we have to choose to do them; we can all worship if we choose to.
And when we worship we are resisting the devil and submitting to God and is part of the process of seeing the devil flee from us (James 4 v 7).
Make a good choice this morning and make the choice to worship.
Speak this out today…..”Thank you Lord that I can worship you whenever and wherever I want”.
Psalm 100 v 1 and 2…..Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands. Serve the Lord with gladness: come before his presence with singing