Worship Cookies Recipe

What can you create today? Cookies sounds good. This is a basic worship recipe.

Ingredients

  • 1 willing heart
  • 2 quick shout-outs
  • 1/3 cup of anointing oil
  • 1 teaspoon of love extract
  • 1/4 cup of confectioner’s adoration sugar

Directions

Step 1

Preheat atmosphere to the Highest degree (peace & quiet).

Step 2

Pour prayer mix into a focus bowl. Stir in the oil and love extract until well blended. Roll them around until the willing heart is lightly covered with confectioner’s adoration sugar. Once sugared, put them on a message of the spirit.

Step 3

Bake for 15 to 20 minutes in the preheated atmosphere. The participator will feel light and unencumbered.

Step 4

Now give God his due, what two shout-outs will you give? Enjoy your new worship cookies.


If you have a worship recipe you would like to share, please contact me immediately. Thanks, my Brother or Sister in Christ!

Photo by David Bartus

Suggested Book: A Real Desire To Praise God: A Beginners Devotional Praise Guide for Christians by Shelena Griffiths

Glory Hallelujah! These worship cookies are so good. I need to express my love for Elohim. He is always worthy of praise and honor. I love Your comfort each time I’m converting with You Lord. Thank You for this worship cookies recipe. However, You are goodlier than the sweet taste of cookies in my mouth. I will forever praise You, because I’m stirred up from Your oil and sugar. Amen.

If you tasted His goodness, praise will come forth open of your mouth.

Say your peace my brother or sister. I encourage you to Praise the Lord!


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