AllWorship Blog

Got Salt?

As a stay-at-home mom, everyday things become learning opportunities for my kids. Many times, I set out to teach them something and the Holy Spirit uses the lesson to teach me. Today was one of those days. My daughter picked up our salt shaker and curiously asked, “What’s this?” I told her that it was salt and that we use the salt to help

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Fruit Salad

While at the grocery store the other day, I went straight to the fruit section. There were melons, bananas, grapes, oranges, kiwis, berries, apples and strawberries. Did you know that we are also like pieces of fruit in the eyes of God? Just as you would use a variety of fruit for a salad, God does the same with us for the use in

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Philip’s Egg

Philip was born with Downs Syndrome. He was a happy child but increasingly aware of the difference between himself and other children. Philip went to Sunday School faithfully every week. He was in the third grade class with nine other eight-year olds. You know eight-year olds. And Philip, with his differences, was not readily accepted. But his teacher was sensitive to Philip and he

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Cross-Bearing

Sometimes, we will say, “We all have our crosses to bear. My cross is my supervisor at work,” or “My cross is this health problem,” or “My cross is this relative.” But I think we have lost the meaning of the cross. If you were living in first-century Jerusalem and saw someone surrounded by Roman guards and carrying a cross down the street, there

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Worship

There are a lot of activities that we do now that we won’t do in heaven. You will never evangelize anyone in heaven. You will never share the gospel or give out a tract in heaven. There’ll be no need for discipleship in heaven. What’s the one activity we do now that we will do in heaven? Worship. We will be doing that forever.

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Dressed for the Occasion

Roberto Cavalli, Boss Hugo, Christian Dior, Giorgio Armani, and Calvin Klein are just a few names that have made a huge impact in the fashion industry. The fashion conscious would recognize those names in a heartbeat and even identify with them every morning when they look into their closets. What one wears provides an impression about them to anyone who meets them. What you

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Experiencing Grace

I left work early so I could have some uninterrupted study time right before the final in my Youth Issues class at seminary. When I got to class, everybody was doing their last minute studying. The professor came in and said he would review for just a little bit before the test. We went through the review, most of it right on the study

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Don’t Give Up

I don’t know how you feel to see that single parenthood life is becoming more admirable and an alternative to marriage, and the church seems to be getting more comfortable with it. Financial independence seems to be the only required ingredient to a family unit. Is God as comfortable as we seem to be? A friend’s marriage was falling apart for many genuine painful

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Tap Into The Holy Spirit’s Power

My wife and I have a toddler. Over the past two months, we spent several weeks hoping that he’d start walking. Now that he has started, we spend days reflecting on the time when he was stationary. He’s reached a point where he gets into everything. Anything on or near the floor is fair game. Don’t get me wrong, I’m very happy that he’s

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A Simple Prayer

My son Gilbert was eight years old and had been in Cub Scouts only a short time. During one of his meetings, he was handed a sheet of paper, a block of wood and four tires and told to return home and give all to “dad”. That was not an easy task for Gilbert to do. Dad was not receptive to doing things with

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