What if there was one thing you could do that could make SUCH a big difference in your life…
That it would eliminate the need to do lots of other things?
While I could use this thought to jump into a blatant sales pitch for Worship By Numbers, that’s not my goal….at least not yet. 😉
I’ll give ya the answer…
But first I need to set it up.
There’s both a Bible verse and a song that each make my point for me:
Oh, what peace we often forfeit. Oh, what needless pain we bear. All because we do not carry, everything to God in prayer (What a Friend We Have in Jesus)
But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you. (Matt. 6:33)
Each of these teach a REMARKABLE truth.
What is that truth, you ask?…
We make life way too hard.
Now, I’m not downplaying the trials of life.
For certain, things go wrong, things go bad, we mess up, we need grace…
It’s a daily process…
But it’s like my pastor often says: “The most arrogant thing you can do is fail to pray.”
Why? Because you’re telling God, “I’ve got this, I don’t need you.”
That always hits me so hard.
But as the wise songwriter echoed from the heart of the Matthew’s gospel, we’d do well not to spend our time burdened with the cares of life, when simply spending time in prayer will often bring resolution in itself.
I am trying very diligently to carry this thinking into all aspects of my life: “What’s the one thing I can do, such that all other things become either unnecessary or irrelevant?”
As one of my marketing mentors asks, “What’s the ‘Big Domino’ that knocks down all the other dominoes?”
I would challenge you to ask this question in your personal/prayer life—however, I’d be remiss not to challenge you in regard to your worship music as well.
Is there one thing you can learn, or one new belief you can adopt that will so radically transform how you approach music it will make all other challenges seem easier, irrelevant, or unnecessary?
Frankly, this was the mindset we used to develop Worship By Numbers.
The core belief we have that we want you to share is this: If you can count to 7, you can play great worship music.
If you believe that—frankly—there’s no telling how high you could soar.
Give our belief a test drive here: www.WorshipByNumbers.com