Today(4th Aug 2010), I have having a fellowship with Pastor at a local Presbyterian church, I was sharing with Reverence Low about the heart of Worship. I pointed out that many Christians singing during Sunday service more onto themselves' glory then onto the LORD. How many of us are worship and
meditate on the lyrics (especially hymns songs) and fully understand the meaning ?
Personally I prefer singing hymns, they minister to my souls even while I am singing and praising the Lord before the message of God being delivered. How many of us are able to vision the pain and the
crucifixion of our Lord when the song is singing ..... " The Darling of Heaven crucified, Worthy of the LAMB" ? 1st and foremost, we need to fully understand the meaning when someone call the other person "My Darling", " my beloved", "my sweet heart", etc. How many of us mentioned this in our daily life really mean what we says ???

Lord Jesus not only is yours or mine "Darling" , He is also the Darling of Heaven. Imaging the most loved and " precious " (define the meaning like precious stone, eg diamonds, rubies, gems stones etc.) one from Heaven
was send down to earth to be crucified just because of our sinful nature. I would break down and cried for His mercy and and thank Him for His unconditional loves, When we sing to the Lord, we are not singing " Karaoke " during our Sabbath day. Our heart must be turn to the right channel, to the right spirit, so that we can worship HIM in Spirit and in Truth. AMEN ?

All Glory to Our LORD.Amen
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