Setting An Atmosphere

It’s very important that as worshippers and worship leaders, just

  1. We set the atmosphere, whether saturating it with God or it will stay the same like when you walked in
  2. We are responsible for drawing out the message from our pastor in its entirety. Sometimes pastors go back without delivering the full message because the people were not prepared enough to handle it.

Our ministry as worshippers is very delicate, and very very sensitive. “For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required: and to whom men have committed much, of him they will ask the more” Luke 12:48
God is not going to judge you based on the purity or holiness of your generation, he is going to judge you based on the ability he put in you to live holy and how much of that you worked out.

We are responsible for how trinity invades earth and how God ministers to his people. I believe God expects that from us, we all pray may your will be done on earth as it is in heaven and we forget that we have to be the one to set and create an atmosphere of God to invade this earth. God can only dwell where his word is received and welcomed.
May God help us to really take our service seriously, I really believe if we’re not ready to be used of God and we deny our very existence for the sake of his work then we’re not ready to minister to his people, let alone be a point if access for God on earth.
Talent doesn’t qualify us for ministry, the condition of our heart does.

When I think of how God could be moving but is not because of the vessel leading worship, my heart stings both for the leader and the earth which is crying for God.
Some people are meant to receive what they’re looking for as we interact with them, we are vessels and conduits but because we could not engage on that level they return the same….

Written by Abby Mavunga

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