Workout for the Week: Worship Worthy
Memory Verse: Matthew 2:10-11b
Meditation Passage: Choose one from below.
Key Thought: Jesus was worthy of worship at the first Christmas, and He is worthy still.
Our Christmas carols ring with worship. Can you identify these carols?
- “O come let us adore Him.”
- “Born is the king of Israel.”
- “Fall on your knees.”
- “Jesus, Lord at Thy birth.”
The Christmas story is loaded with worship too. Are Matthew and Luke trying to tell us something? This week, join each Bible character as they worship. Let’s get their training tips as we look to worship in the New Year:
- Humility: Mary’s Song (Luke 1:46-55) Mary focuses on God’s promises.
- Thanksgiving: Zechariah’s Song (Luke 1:67-79) Zechariah zeroes in on prophetic fulfillment.
- Praise: Angelic host (Luke 2:13-14) Do you know this one by heart?
- God’s Word is True: Shepherds (Luke 2:20) Good news is for sharing.
- Promise Keeper: Simeon (Luke 2:25-32) Simeon demonstrates how personal God is.
- A Worship Lifestyle: Anna (Luke 2:36-38) Worship embodies Anna.
- All Out Effort: The Magi (Matthew 2:1-2, 9-12) The Wise Men worship extravagantly.
Carry Jesus with you beyond Christmas and into the New Year. Make 2017 a year of worship.
Come, let us adore Him.
Nail your spiritual workouts this week and change your corner of the gym.
Answers to Quiz:
O, Come All Ye Faithful
The First Noel
O Holy Night
Jesus was worthy of worship at the first Christmas. He is worthy still. Click to tweet.
Our Christmas carols ring with worship. Click to tweet.
The Christmas story is loaded with worship. Click to tweet.
Are Matthew and Luke trying to tell us something? Click to tweet.
Make 2017 a year of worship. Click to tweet.