“It is not the job of the worship leader to inspire you to praise God.


“It is not the job of the worship leader to inspire you to praise God.

In essence, when you prepare in private for public praise, you don’t need a worship leader to make you feel like praising God. Yes, there is a place for worship leaders in our corporate worship, but it is not their job to make you feel good enough to tell your Daddy how great He is.
If you have been talking to your own “soul throughout the week the way you are supposed to be, you won’t need anyone to get your attention and stir you up. You will already be eager and ready to go. In fact, you will be like David, who said,
I was glad when they said unto me, Let us go into the house of the Lord (Psalm 122:1 KJV).”

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3 comments on ““It is not the job of the worship leader to inspire you to praise God.

  1. I’m always looking for tools to use with my children for devotional. Your brief thoughts are going to be a great resource for those days when we don’t have the time to read and discuss for a half an hour or more.
    I’m so glad you found me at Upgradual.wordpress.com so that I could find you!

  2. This is so true. So many times at church people cannot praise God because they don’t like the song or it isn’t their favourite person leading worship. I have always believed that we should come to church already praising God. It is something we should be doing all through the week. So the worship leader should not have to tell us to clap, or lift our hands or tell God how much we love him. Praising God should be a lifestyle.

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