On some level when we tend to our spiritual self we are also tending to all our other selves. When we consider that it is God who created us and He created us with a longing for Him, it only makes sense that in our worship experiences we can nurture our entire beings.
Christian songs are rooted in Biblical promises that breathe life into our weary souls, help us remember why we are serving God in our ministry capacity, and help bring us to the feet of Jesus where we can simply bask in his presence and worship Him.
Wellspring’s Verse of the Day: Isiah 6:8. Here Am I; Send me
Wellspring’s Verse of the Day: Ecclesiastes 5:1-2. Guard your steps when you go to the house of God. Better to draw near in obedience than to offer the sacrifice as fools do, for they ignorantly do wrong. Do not be hasty to speak, and do not be impulsive to make a speech before God. God is in heaven and you
are on earth, so let your words be few.
Seeking and focusing on God, takes our focus off ourselves and our circumstances so that we can worship, glorify, and magnify God with thanksgiving for all He has done in our lives.