Lakewood Worship Blog

Seeking to raise our awareness of the presence of God.

LAKEWOOD WORSHIP – 6.5.20

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At the beginning of the W.O.R.S.H.I.P. blog posts, I had a very different idea of what I was going to talk about this week. Like many of you, these past few weeks have broken my heart. There have been moments where I have hoped and prayed to wake up from what seems like a bad … Continued

LAKEWOOD WORSHIP – 5.29.20

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W.O.R.S.H.I.P. It seems every time we congregate as a church, we do many of the same acts of worship like pray, fellowship, listen to a sermon, and sing! Singing (though I am biased) is my favorite of these acts of worship. It has been extremely difficult not to be able to sing with my church … Continued

LAKEWOOD WORSHIP – 5.15.20

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Remember who you are… These are the words uttered by Mufasa from one of my favorite movies, The Lion King. Mufasa is reminding Simba where he came from, who his family is, and who he truly is; not what he wants to be, not what others think of him, not what others say he is, … Continued

LAKEWOOD WORSHIP – 5.8.20

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W.O.R.S.H.I.P Last week we started out Acrostic word W.O.R.S.H.I.P with Witness. We discussed how, witnessing is worship but also, our worship is also witnessing. Indeed, witnessing is incredibly important to our daily worship. This week we will discuss how OBEDIENCE is Worship. In the Bible, there are many stories of obedience and disobedience. Some people … Continued

LAKEWOOD WORSHIP – 5.1.20

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Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be always acceptable in your sight, O Lord, my rock and my redeemer. – Psalm 19:14 In my last blog, I discussed how these troubling times have caused all of us to stop and question many aspects of life and faith. I proposed … Continued

LAKEWOOD WORSHIP – 4.24.20

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W.O.R.S.H.I.P. During COVID-19 Every single person alive has had to make life-changing adjustments during the COVID-19 epidemic. This horrible virus has affected every nation, tribe, and tongue. It has caused many to be sheltered, to miss graduations, miss loved ones, and even lose loved ones. This virus has caused severe fear, panic, and a feeling … Continued