Worship Constantly

Then the Lord appeared to Abram and said, “I will give this land to your descendants.” And Abram built an altar there and dedicated it to the Lord, who had appeared to him. After that, Abram traveled south and set up camp in the hill country, with Bethel to the west and Ai to the east. There he built another altar and dedicated it to the Lord, and he worshiped the Lord.

(Genesis 12:7-8 NLT)

The great patriarch Abram was well known for the altars he built to God. In today’s passage alone, we learn that he built two altars. From the several altars he built, we learn that Abram was a devout worshipper of the true God. He made worship a habit wherever he went. Worship should also characterize our relationship with God. We’re to worship Him not just on Sundays at church, but also throughout the week–at home, work, school. We’re to worship constantly as Abram did. After all, worshipping God is what we’ll be doing in heaven.

Worship God anytime, anywhere.

Published by risingwiththeson

Farah obtained her Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree (with a double major in English and Religious Studies) from the University of Toronto, where she also completed her Bachelor of Education (OISE). While she enjoys teaching, writing gives Farah equal pleasure. She began to exercise this passion with the publication of "Rising with the Son," her daily devotional blog. It is designed to help strengthen the faith of her readers in Jesus. Through her writing, it is Farah's wish to inspire others and help them develop a closer relationship with God and His Son, Jesus Christ.

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