Eyes

Moyo Ayeni

Worship helps us to enjoy God even more!

When we finally have our eyes fully fixed on God, he transforms our hearts, mind and emotions.

Although our situation may not have suddenly changed, we are still able to worship because our relationship with God isn’t determined by whether he answer our prayers, but is rather based on who he is.

When our emphasis is worship, not only does our attitude to our situation change, but also our perspective on other areas of our lives begin to change too. That is the grace of God; he does ‘immeasurably more than we ask or imagine.’ Ephesians 3:20 (NIV)

So, choose to make worship a priority, mixed in with your prayers of petition, warfare and repentance. And as you do so, allow space for the Holy Spirit to speak to you and help you in everything you bring to God’s throne of grace.

 

Question: How do you change your perspective in prayer? Leave a comment below.

 
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