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Revelation and Response

By Matt Redman

Worship is our response to the revelation of God. He reveals majesty, and we bow our hearts in reply. He shows us His mercy, and the reflex of our souls is perhaps a joyful song of praise. He reveals glory, and we respond with a life seeking to honor Himwords and deeds lived out as a humble offering before Him.

Worship takes so many different shapes and forms. It might express itself in songs or in silence, and through our thoughts, words, or actions. But the essence of worship is always a rhythm of revelation and response: we breathe in the wonders of God, and then we breathe out His praise.

When worship has run dry, we can be sure the problem is at our end of the pipeline, not God’s. His goodness and greatness reach us every day, and the healthy heart of worship always finds a way to reply.

A recent song I sing puts it like this: For all Your goodness I will keep on singing / Ten thousand reasons for my heart to find. Of course, that number is actually a grand understatement, for there’s an eternity of reasons why Jesus is so utterly worthy of our highest devotion.

 


Matt Redman is a songwriter and worship leader whose latest recording is 10,000 Reasons. He is also the author of numerous books about living a life of worship, including Indescribable and Facedown.

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  • December 22, 2012 08:37 PM

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    10,000 Reasons is such a wonderful and spirit lifting song.

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