Powered by 4 - July 3, 2016

Sunday, July 3

Bust The Ruts

Today's reading: Psalm 96:1-13

The very first verse of Psalm 95 urges us to sing a "new" song to the Lord. What a great reminder that our relationship with God is active, and that we not only have the freedom to be creative and spontaneous with God, but that God enjoys it when are. If you think about it, it’s not too difficult for us to fall into a spiritual rut—our praise, worship and interactions with God become routine, even mundane, because we've gotten into the habit of doing and saying the same things because it's what we know and what feels comfortable. So I'm inviting you to join me in embracing this call to try something new as you interact with God this week.

What might singing a "new" song to the Lord mean for you personally? What's one thing you can do to interact with God in a fresh way this week (pray in a different spot, add some new worship songs to your playlist, talk out loud with God, change up what you're doing as you spending time in God's Word, etc.)? Tami

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