Monday, August 25, 2008

At The Well Mondays


What do you do, or think you should do, at the start of each day to prepare your heart and mind as a woman living a life of worship? If you were to gather at the well with women younger than you in the faith, what would your call to worship be for them? I start each morning by thanking God for a brand new day that He has blessed me with. I pour my heart out to Him, confessing any sins that need to be washed away, and asking His forgiveness. I talk to Him about all of my prayer needs, asking Him to watch over all those whom I love. I do my daily devotions, spend time listening to praise music, and also do some praise dancing. My daily time with God is precious to me, and prepares me to have a wonderful day filled with His love. If I were to gather at the well with women younger in the faith than me, my call to worship for them would be, to always be real, and true. Let praise pour forth from your heart, soul, body, and mouth continually. He is beyond worthy of your worship. He gave His all for you, so give yourself back to Him. Blessings to all of you.

7 comments:

LauraLee Shaw said...

To always be real and true, letting my praise pour out. That is my goal and my heart's desire. What an example you are to Christian women with the habits and spiritual disciplines you abide by. That is so great that you do praise dancing. I'll bet that is worshipful to see...Bless you.

Laurie Ann said...

God bless your worshipful heart, Denise! I'm glad you shared your heart with us today At the Well. So good to see you here, my friend!

Joyfull said...

How beautiful! Wonderful, practical living advice which results in a heart filled with worship.

LAURIE said...

Thank you for sharing your heart with us AT THE WELL today. I loved your advice to the younger woman...to be real and be themselves. WOW. Isn't that part of giving your whole heart to God - put away all the pretend...wonderful words of encouragement. -blessings, Laurie

Marsha said...

Thank you for inspiring me, dear one!

And thank you for the UT calendar!!! Whoa-whoo!!! Go VOLS!!

Michele W. said...

Amen! Beautiful post! Thank you for sharing my dear friend.

Gretchen said...

I just had a fantastic time reading some of Deuteronomy and Joshua this morning. What an amazing God we love.