If you are a Christian, your primary duty on earth is to connect with God through Christ daily. You are probably a member of a bible-believing church, and you understand that when we worship God, we move closer to him in the spiritual realm. Some churches have a clear worship schedule where members can come together, sing worship songs, and pray together.
At the end of the worship session, most Christians report that they experience the peace that truly transcends all understanding. Here we want to highlight the benefits of starting the day with the Lord in worship as we wake up every day and particularly joining with the other believers in the church every Sunday morning.
Worshiping Christ together is one of the most uplifting things that we can ever do. They serve to rekindle our spiritual life and keep it thriving and hungering for more of Christ’s presence and blessings. Sunday morning worship, fellowship, and prayer are how we experienced God’s amazing grace in our lives. True worship comes from the heart and the commitment of Christian to follow Jesus all the days of their lives.
To learn from Him and grow more and more like Him. Sunday morning worship should not be a means of achieving something else besides encouraging each other to know more about God and salvation, which has come through Christ Jesus. Before you go the Sunday morning worship, you must be clear about the things that motivate you. Pray to God in all humility to desire to come closer to Him as you head to the Sunday morning worship session.
Worshiping with like-minded Christians have been known to have unique that you might not get through private worship or even by watching other believers conduct a worship service. Sunday morning worship with fellow Christians brings a lot of awakening.
Many people will testify that they sometimes come to the church feeling like they are trapped in a spiritual fog, but when worship session starts and they begin to worship with the others, things become clearer, and their convictions in Christ are renewed.
There are rough patches and tumbles that Christians face throughout the week and this can seem to cloud their path in the Lord. To clear this and usher in an uplifting and awakening period, you should wake up early at least every Sunday morning and get to join with the other worshipers in the hour before the regular service begins.
In Psalms 73, we meet David despairing over the prosperity of those who did not obey God. As you read along, the moment he started to consciously comes before God, desperation clears you. The author says in verse, 16-17 that when he despaired on how he could understand the situation, he became weary. However, the moment he went to the sanctuary of God, he was able to discern the end of the wicked. Therefore Christians should always purpose to wake up early for the Sunday morning worship and prayer.