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Message of the Day: Worship God, Your Creator and Shepherd, Today!

Come, let us worship and bow down, Let us kneel before the Lord our Maker, For He is our God, And we are the people of His pasture and the sheep of His hand. Today, if you would hear His voice.” (Psalm 95:6-7, NASB)

Psalm 95 begins by calling people to worship God because he is their Maker – the great God, the One who controls the universe. Above all, He is the shepherd of his people.

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People show high regard and respect to fellow human being when they rise before them. Much more should they show the highest respect to God in a posture which will indicate deep reverence, and profound sense of His presence and divinity.

Hence, we are called to worship God with the same reasons – He is our Creator, our Savior, He manages and watches our daily affairs in life, He takes care of us. This calling is TODAY or now – it means the present time. We should respond to this calling today. It should not be deferred until tomorrow, should not be put off to the future!


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