Last night at 180 was a special time of reflection.
As I looked into the tired eyes of my Creative Worship Team Tuesday night and heard their stories of piles of school work amid their already tumultuous lives, I asked what does worship need to look like for us this week?
They answered resoundingly: QUIET.
So we spent some time remembering that this is the season of Advent - the traditional preparation period leading to Christmas. Where we evaluate our life. Where we contemplate the AWE-Factor of God and His Son. Where we prepare for His coming - which is literally what "Advent" means.
So we prayed and we read and we reflected and we lit candles.
And it was beautiful to see a mob of teenagers get quiet before the LORD.
So today, I pray that the spirit of quietness is carrying on in our souls and our hearts.
Now, if you were there, I want to hear how God spoke to you.
And if you weren't, I want to challenge you to take a moment and consider how you are using this season as a time to quiet yourself before the beauty of what God has done and what He is continuing to do.
...and then tell us what you are going to do about it.
Let us dwell in Him as we seek for Him to lead us. Peace.
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