“WORSHIP”: What It Means – March 14, 2021

People need to understand that Jesus didn’t die on an instrument of torture so that, “He can love us just as we are”. And that yes, God has a plan for our life, but we need to stop changing it to suit ourselves.

The Master's Voice

 

Isaiah 1:13 was the first of two scriptures given to me by the Lord today.

“Therefore bring no more vain oblations, incense is an abomination to Me, the New Moons and Sabbaths, the calling of assemblies, I cannot away with it, it is iniquity, even the solemn meeting.”

Another translation says: “Bring your worthless offerings no more; your incense is detestable to Me — your New Moons, Sabbaths, and convocations. I cannot endure iniquity in a solemn assembly.”

This verse states that God refuses pointless offerings, burning incense and all the other (Old Testament) things that are required to make an offering acceptable to Him IF the hearts of those making the offering are sinful and full of iniquity. He is using this verse to tell us that even if the times have changed our worship can still be rejected for being worthless- what does that mean? It means…

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