Scripture: Matthew 14:32-33
When they got into the boat, the wind stopped. And those who were in the boat worshiped Him, saying, “You are certainly God’s Son!”
Insights: In these final verses for the week we see the disciples worshipping Jesus. In the story of Jesus, this act of worship was the very reason He called the disciples. He desired to be worshipped by them. The moment Jesus walked into the boat He displayed His power and might in stopping the storm. There was no doubt, any longer at least, that Jesus was the son of God. It is my prayer that you are regularly brought to a place of overwhelming awe of the Lord God and that you let that awe spill over into worship. God is regularly doing things to make us be in awe of Him. More often than not, however, those awe moments are right in front of us and we miss it because of those storms of distraction. Beloved, let us be intentional in our worship and let us bring Him glory as we follow obediently after Him.
1. Are you worshipping Jesus?
2. Are you worshipping Him only when it is convenient or all of the time?
Prayer: Father, I want my life to be known as a life of praise and worship to You. You are th only One who is worthy of worship. I pray You are pleased with my offerings to You. Amen.