Stoking the Fire of Devotion

“Let my prayer be counted as incense before you, and the lifting up of my hands as the evening sacrifice!”  Psalm 141:2 ESV

This verse from a psalm of David expresses his desire, and the desire all true worshipers in spirit and in truth, that our prayers and praise be an expression of lives that are constantly devoted to pleasing God.

The secret to stoking the fires of wholehearted devotion to Him, is establishing daily personal spiritual practices not unlike the morning and evening rhythms of priestly tabernacle worship.

For David, as for us, delight in God is proven to be fueled by regularly meditating upon His word, continually offering up prayers, and praising God in all circumstances.

1 thought on “Stoking the Fire of Devotion”

  1. Timotheus Bahl

    Mostly praising God is singing His greatness and His works and blessings in our life is also counted as worship. Kindly teach on the subject of worshipping also for our correction and benefit .

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