How Would You Analyze Your Seasons of Worship? ~ Grace & Truth (Week 85)

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“Prone to wander, Lord, I feel it! Prone to leave the God I love.”

Can you identify with the words of this centuries-old hymn?

I sure can.

As fickle as we humans are, it’s certain that we’ll encounter different seasons in our relationship with God.

The psalms indicate that even David seemed to experience ebbs and flows in this most important of relationships, and the historical accounts of his life certainly agree.

In today’s featured post, Kelly writes openly about the seasons of worship she has experienced, and she reveals how to effectively ponder what season we’re in and how we got there.

After all, worship is why we’re here in the first place. I think it’s a worthy investment of our time to consider how well we’re fulfilling our purpose. Don’t you?

Seasons of worship

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Kelly, thank you for sharing so candidly about your seasons of worship, and for urging us to consider our own. Something as critical as worship certainly warrants our attention, yet we’re often content to “go with the flow,” rarely taking the time to assess our hearts in this area. Feel free to grab this “I’ve Been Featured” button for your blog as our way of saying, “Thank you.”

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6 thoughts on “How Would You Analyze Your Seasons of Worship? ~ Grace & Truth (Week 85)

  1. Sherry Legan

    I just found you and your wonderful party! I linked a book review post today.
    I also have featured your party on my sidebar. I feature a different party each week.
    It was nice meeting you through your party! I’ll follow and sign up for emails.
    Hope you can come over and see me.


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