How to Overcome Worship Fatigue — New E-Book Daily Devotional!
Rocking God’s House is excited to announce the debut of its first e-book, How to Overcome Worship Fatigue: 14 Days of Encouragement for Worship Teams, on sale for only $2.99 (click image on the left to preview and purchase).
If you’ve lost your fire for playing on the worship team or have suffered a degree of ministry burn-out, this devotional will encourage you to see your ministry on the worship team from fresh perspectives full of enriching Biblical insight.
And, though it is written for worship teams, it is also designed to be a wonderful encouragement for any Christian struggling with discouragement or any degree of ministry or church burnout. Using 14 daily devotionals, the e-book will rekindle your fire for ministry and your love for the Bride of Christ. It will also use Biblical insights and vivid language to show how Heaven treasures your ministry efforts in Christ, even on your worst days. In other words, what you do matters to God — no matter how big or small! Here is an excerpt from the e-book:
There is always that hour just before dawn when stars share the sky with a swell of blue, and the world smells as if God had just created it. In those moments, birds begin to percolate the air with their chirping and the whole land seems to slowly yawn with life.
Is it strange then that one of Jesus’ titles is essentially taken from these moments before dawn? He is called the Bright Morning Star, the One who is above all things and who conquers the darkness. He did not conquer it with a fiery, violent show of force. He conquered it with the shimmering stillness of a star hanging in the heavens as He hung from the Cross.
It is this same Bright Morning Star that offers you His light before you step before the people to play your instrument and lead them in worship. He clothes you in His righteousness and high holy brilliance. This might seem hard to accept, especially if you’ve had a bad week or month or year. But all the same, in His grace and mercy, He shines above you and is willing to fill your efforts — however meager they might seem to you — with His enduring light.
Speaking of the morning, it’s not a bad idea to just pick one morning this week, get up before dawn, and spend a few still moments with the Bright Morning Star in prayer, in the Word, or just in silent adoration. If the weather’s permissible, maybe get dressed and spend those pre-dawn moments with Him outside where a star is visible. Have your Bible handy, meditate on the visual beauty of the star, and let the Bible’s use of that image speak to your heart. The next time you go to worship rehearsal or play during a Sunday service, that pre-dawn fellowship with Christ might make it easier for you to surrender to His quiet conquering power.
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