I do what I do because…

Last Sunday was like just any Sunday and I was worshipping the Lord corporately.

As usual with hands lifted high in worship when suddenly I heard this inner voice questioning me…

“Why are you lifting your hands?”

“How come you are so excited in praising and worshipping?”

“Are you doing it because others are doing it? Or has it become a ‘protocol’?”

I paused for that moment trying to think of those answers. And it eventually came flowing with reverberance from the depths of my heart…

I do what I do because I worship a living and loving God; my Lord, my God. I have surrendered my life to You and will give my utmost praise.

From that moment, my worship went up the experiencial intimacy scale with God.

I love You Lord =)

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