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Family Worship {Day 58}

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From Chaos to Calm: Day 58

Scripture Memory: “And these words which I command you today shall be in your heart. 7 You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, when you walk by the way, when you lie down, and when you rise up. 8 You shall bind them as a sign on your hand, and they shall be as frontlets between your eyes. 9 You shall write them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates.” Deuteronomy 6:6-9

Worshiping together as a family will bring you closer to each other and closer to God. Your children will cherish the memories of singing praises and reading the Bible together.

Family Worship

So how do you get started?

First, I would suggest you seek the Lord out and ask Him to direct your worship. After all, He is the One we are worshiping! We want it to be pleasing to Him, right?

Secondly, choose the best time of day. If you are able to have morning and evening worship – wonderful! I try, but there are days when it just doesn’t work. In our house, we have morning worship at the table after eating breakfast. This works out easiest for us.

Evening worship in our house usually happens around 7 pm. If you are not able to do it twice a day, choose a time when the family is generally together – right before bed, before leaving for school, etc. Family Worship does not have to take very long 15 minutes is usually all you need to have a good experience. Of course, if you are enjoying yourselves and time is on your side, why not take as long as you like?

You will want to choose a good devotional book or a book with Bible stories suitable for the ages of your children. You may also want to purchase song books with fun worship songs. In our house we use a book that my husband used in church as a child back in the 1950′s. It is called Happy Songs for Girls and Boys. I was very lucky to find a big stack of these song books for free at a church school book giveaway. We also have a number of praise song books and of course a good number of fun songs right in our heads!

If you have a family member – including a child – who plays the piano or guitar or other instrument, encourage them to play for worship. I am especially partial to guitar music at worship time!!

In our house we like to start by singing songs, followed by story time, discussion, Scripture memory, and prayer. Give your children an opportunity to share prayer requests and then make a point to pray for them. You may want to keep a family prayer journal and record prayer request in black ink and answers to prayer in red ink!

Worshiping God together as a family will bring you closer together as a family and closer to God!


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  1. Well for me it has not worked!I did all the right things to pass my faith to our children, but out of 6 children just number 3 and 5 have some kind of relation with God the others are miles away and well attached to this world!!!! I know i must keep praying but sometimes I just want to give up and be alone with My god, without caring for my children's faith. And don't tell me it will get better when they grow up as their age range from 16 to 31!!! life is never fair even in that aspect.
    1. Chantal, I can tell you are hurting and I assure you that God's heart is grieving over your children, your family as well. Life isn't fair and sometimes we can do all of the right things without gaining the expected results. God in heaven was a perfect Father and yet 1/3 of the angels left heaven in favor of a different life. Lean on HIM. He knows your heart, He knows your children's hearts. Pray scripture over your children and continue to love them unconditionally and set the example of a life of faith. Look for ways to encourage them spiritually like texting a scripture from your morning devotions or sending them an inpsiring youtube video. Let them see you praying. There was a time in my son's life when I was so worried about his spiritual condition that I began to pray that God would do whatever it took to make my son depend on God - even if it meant he would have to face adversity in his life. Sometimes kids have to hit rock bottom before they reach out for the Savior. You are not alone!
  2. This morning devotion is an answered prayer. Last night I just prayed how to incorporate devotion and Bible Study in our homeschool. Thank you so much for sharing this and your heart. God is still in the prayer answering business. Thank you for letting him flow and work thru you.
  3. Hello Melissa! Whereas I am not a mother just a single 23 year old trying my best to please the Lord, I am inspired by your page! In the future,if it be the Lord will that I have children, I hope that I remember to come to this page as a resource! Thank you for your obedience to God's calling. You are blessing many and you this ministry will continue to bless many more..."eyes have not seen and ears have not heard, what the lord will do through you and for you as long as you let him use...as you are already are..." Be blessed sister. -Tessa

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