Are you fulfilling the commands of God? How can you determine their purpose in your life? What is true worship? How do I know if I’m worshipping God the right way?
There are many questions, but a few responses (answers). The Word of God has one continuous action by all those who walk in the light of the Lord. Do you know it? Can you sense this holy principle? Did you guess right? What is it?
OBEDIENCE. The act of obeying is a holy rite. The choice is yours.
You have free will to walk in the right direction or the wrong one. Will you comply with your purpose? The Word of God gives some insight for us in 1 Corinthians 7:17 AMP: “Only, let each one live the life which the Lord has assigned him, and to which God has called him [for each person is unique and is accountable for his choices and conduct, let him walk in this way]. This is the rule I make in all the churches.” You have the ability to obey the Lord at all times.
If you don’t know what to choose. In Christ, keep on living and doing something useful or productive. He paved the way for our purpose of obedience that we would do what the Law commands by accommodating the Holy Spirit instead of our own desires (Romans 8:4).
God is looking for true acceptable worship from those who will worship as John 4:23-24 states,
“But the hour cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeketh such to worship him.
24 God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.“
Can you see that worshipping the Lord God is your number #1 purpose? It is communing with the Creator. Not on your terms, but His! The purpose of your worship is to have a foundation and spirit of God in your life, just as it was from the beginning of time.
It is and has always been your responsibility to honor and respect the One who created you. Zoe’ (physical and spiritual) life is given for this objective. Learn what pleases the Father the most. Put in the time and effort to walk in the spirit. Love the Lord with all of “self”.
I know that you can do it. Enjoy this act of worship.