My Vision of Lord of the Sabbath-Lent 22, 2020

Prayer Focus: Greater than any temple

Thank You, Lord Jesus, that You are greater than any temple made by human hands. A relationship with You is far greater than any religious dogma, meditation, recitation, or incantation. You don’t hear us more by many words, but You hear our hearts beating with words we cannot even think to utter in worship. We praise You that the Holy Spirit turns our groanings into a beautiful liturgy and song heard only by Your ears and heart. Even when You walked the earth, You were greater than the temple. You were greater than any religious practice. You have always been Lord of the Sabbath. Remind us during troubled times, even when Your Church is forced underground and out of buildings, yet You hear us. You recognize Your Church assembled as many voices in prayer, many songs arranged into beautiful harmony, and many people who all worship One God, One Father, One Lord, One Christ. Our unity even when sequestered is evident in the spiritual realm. Be glorified today, Lord Jesus. Our Sabbath is Yours and we offer it back to You as our Lord and King. Amen.


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