Worshiping our way to victory

Sometimes, it is always a nice feeling to know that there exists a power beyond us, someone who will protect us from life’s harm and keep us warm in the darkest of times. Well, it is indeed a gratifying experience when we worship together and then see for ourselves the wonderful effects of it all. The popular saying: “United We Stand, Divided We Fall”, has never had more significant than in this context. The very feeling of belonging and being able to worship to the divine indeed takes us to a whole new level of spirituality. Yes, I do agree when some people say, you don’t solve life’s problems just by worshipping. Agreed, however praying for the strength to get through the toughest times seems perfectly sensible now doesn’t it? As a matter of fact, there are times when all of us are faced with various troubles; we naturally tend to worship together. It is one of the most exhilarating experiences, and there’s nothing that can quite match the wonder.
When we listen to the silence of all of us, that is indeed when we truly feel close to God and become stronger as individuals. There are so many events conducted by the local church bodies on a regular basis, to specifically spend quality time with our family and friends through His divine presence. This is also another way of creating peace among the community and therefore moving forward towards a better future. There are so many ways one can achieve inner peace, but probably the best way to do it would be to gather at a common place and talk about your gratitude to Him. There are several other benefits each of us can obtain from worshiping together, so believe in the power of ‘we’.

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