The deepest level of worship is praising God through our pain, thanking God during our trials, trusting Him when we’re tempted to lose hope, and loving Him even when He seems silent or distant.
Romans 8:18 reminds us that, “Yet what we suffer now is nothing compared to the glory He will reveal to us later.”
I am so thankful for God’s reassuring word because this has been one of the most difficult years I’ve ever experienced in my life. That being said, here are a few positive spiritual reminders God is showing me in my present valley:
*At my lowest, God is my hope 😊
*At my darkest, God is my light.☀️
*At my weakest, God is my strength.💪🏾
*At my saddest, God is my comforter.🏾
Brothers and Sisters, worship and praise is not only a command, but a gift we give to God. It’s a sacrifice of our heart – giving Him our best, even when we don’t feel up to it. The more we worship and praise God and give Him this gift, the more we’ll be filled with God’s love to share with others.
So, if you’re struggling this Christmas season and the trials of life is leaving you worn out and weary, remember worshipping and praising God will always fill your empty, torn, or broken heart with joy, peace, and strength.