Worshipping in Spirit and Truth

The primary modern concept of worship in the majority of organized churches is the "worship service" where we sing corporate praises to our Lord. This is not altogether wrong. It is right for us to praise the Lord for what He has done, is currently doing, and will do for the body of Christ. And it is an opportunity for us to experience a deep emotive gratitude toward our Lord for what He has done and what He will do in the future. But there is a more important understanding of PRAISE that we desperately need to be aware of.


The Appointed Time of Testing

Our Lord's fasting and testing by Satan in the wilderness for forty days was ordained by the Father in order for Jesus of Nazareth to begin His walk of faith in perfect communion and obedience to the Father for three and a half years. This was necessary in order for Him to become the lamb of God without sin who was ultimately crucified, buried, and risen on the third day having fulfilled all the Law and the prophets as a man. And it is Jesus of Nazareth, as a man who fulfilled all the Law and the prophets with whom the Father established an eternal covenant. We who are now included in that covenant are also ordained for times of testing so that God's anointing, ministry assignments, and spiritual gifts manifested through our obedient faith responses will glorify (manifest the presence of) the Lord. With that in mind the believer should not dread or avoid those times of testing, but willingly surrender our wills to the Lord during those appointed times of testing.


REVELATION: The Lord’s Letter to the END TIMES CHURCH Chapters 2 and 3: The Lord’s Demand for Repentance

The Lord's letter to the end times church as recorded in Chapters 2 and 3 of the Book of Revelation has been misconstrued through the ages due to the failure of many to receive the true message that only comes as the Spirit of truth guides us into the rhema truth of what has been written at the appropriate time. This message has been applicable to the body of Christ since it was given directly to John by the Lord. Yet, it is to this present generation for whom this message is critical in these end times.



The author was confronted by the Lord in a dream in which he discovered that he had forgotten his lifesong. And, upon discovery, he instantly realigned with his lifesong, which is the anointing and purpose of God in Christ. If we forget our lifesong (stray away from the anointing and purpose of God in Christ) we are no longer manifesting His truth, His promises, His commands, and His ministry in and through Him. But if we sing our lifesong out loud we are manifesting the glory of Christ for His purposes.