Thursday, February 11, 2016
The aroma of true worship… it fills the room.
True worship has no regard for onlookers. It has no worries about being misunderstood. It has no fear of judgment. It is unmistakable, but not always understandable.
True worship has no desire to promote the worshiper. Its only desire is for the Object of worship… to promote Him, not self.
True worship is not practical. It is not sensible. It is not socially or politically correct.
True worship comes only from broken vessels. Broken vessels give freely… they cannot hold it in. The oil spills out… runs down… the fragrance rises up.
Unbroken vessels cannot give up their contents. The do not give freely. They hold it in for safe keeping… keep it for self or for those who can repay.
But true worship gives all. Pours all out… Holds nothing back. No offering is too valuable or costly. Nothing could be put to better use.
And it cannot be kept secret—its fragrance fills the room.