Transformational Worship That Transforms Your Workplace
In an increasingly evolving world, in which we are strategically positioning ourselves to fulfill our purpose, dreams, and desires, we also have a spiritual obligation to be the light in the spaces we occupy. One of the places we spend the most time is our workplace, therefore, it is essential to invite the presence of God with us.
When we worship, we are glorifying God, creating an intimate connection with the Holy Spirit, and are releasing our burdens. In turn, we receive absolute peace, a hedge of protection, and liberty. Whom the Son sets free is free indeed (John 8:36). The importance of establishing consistency to utilize our time to worship is vital in our relationship with Christ. Once this step has been taken, then we can inspire, motivate, lead our teams, colleagues, co-workers, or counterparts.
Perhaps there are associates, with whom you work, who are similarly interested in discovering a new approach to become the best version of themselves, which consists of putting God first. I am a part of a small group at my office who are excited about doing the work that is necessary to open doors in receiving the many wonderful blessings that God has for us. The group understands that if we seek first the kingdom of God, and His righteousness, THEN all these things will be added unto us. We understand that in order to lead we must first be servants. There are times when we discuss what we've learned from our private times of worship and how we apply it each day in our effort to be successful. The impression that our sessions leave is gratifying.
God has provided us with the opportunity to display a level of skill and competence through the gift of employment. For this we are grateful. Preparing your heart on a daily basis to honor and glorify God is fundamentally necessary because of the many challenges
we may face in the workplace (i.e. sabotage, passive aggressive behaviors from others, or unethical practices). Therefore, we must put on the whole armor of God (Ephesians 6:11-18 KJV). Without it, we're exposing ourselves to vulnerabilities, thus allowing the enemy to infiltrate our minds and our hearts.
Today I invite you to allow your worship transfer from the privacy of your home into the workplace. Worship is powerful and transformational. It also has the power to transform our workplace environment we allow the light that shines within us to never diminish, but amplify. This is marketplace ministry. When the position of your heart is pure and your intentions are pure, God gets the glory.
"Daily I shall worship thee, Lamb of God who died for me, who extended endless mercies, daily I shall worship thee."
Like a very close sister-friend of mine says, "Keep the Main Thing - the Main Thing." Let Us Worship!