Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?” And I said, “Here am I. Send me!
Fulfilling our calling is one of our primary acts of worship. When we see as God sees we cannot be silent when He calls. Though the mighty angels were present, only Isaiah could fulfill God’s call. They could cry Holy; Holy; Holy, but only Isaiah
could “Go and tell this people…”
How can I hear God’s voice? We only hear when we go into his temple and see with our hearts: His honor, His power and His glory.
Worship is being ready to go where God calls.
Where is God calling you today?
We need to see Jesus to worship. It’s when we can’t see any longer that our worship becomes faint and cold and when our work for him revolves around our own little world. Real vision comes only from heaven. There are no books, CD’s or conferences that can give us vision. Jacob dreamed in the desert and woke up to worship. Isaiah saw the Lord suddenly and cried out in worship. John met Jesus in all his glory while praying on his Island prison and fell face down in worship.
Jesus can heal our spirit’s blindness. He has the eye salve that will heal and restore our vision. When we see him again our hearts wake to worship. When we start to see what Jesus sees our worship becomes a labor of love for Him. Ask him right now; He will restore the vision that leads to worship and working with love for him again.
Woman,” Jesus replied, “believe me, a time is coming when you will worship the Father neither on this mountain nor in Jerusalem.
Jesus was a radical in his day! He broke with everyone’s tradition about where people should worship. Jesus was saying that there was no Holy Place on earth. God is Spirit. We don’t get holier by going somewhere. We have to worship not in a place but in Spirit.