The Discipline of Worship {With FREE resource!}

Come Thursday I get a FAILURE TO PAY notice on a bill I didn’t know I had.

“FAILURE” is stamped in red right across the top of the page and I can’t help but feel the stamp flutter across my core identity, if ever so brief.

And since we’re being honest, the family’s also waiting to hear what the roof damage is on our home and how much that’s going to cost, hoping for a miracle.

There are pressures within and pressures without and life seems to be this constant stretch to keep believing, keep trusting, keep preaching the gospel to self.

There are pressures all around in life and it seems to be a constant stretch to keep believing, keep trusting, keep preaching the gospel to yourself. Trust is a spiritual discipline. Part of spiritual discipline is focusing the heart on the nature of God. Will you join me in considering the nature of God and write your own faith statement? Download your free set of 60 cards with names and attributes of God!

Trust is a spiritual discipline.

Walking by faith and not by sight is this buffeting of the body’s natural bent to fear, bringing our thoughts into submission to the nature of Christ.

Grab this FREE set of 60 printable cards on the names and attributes of God

It’s true we either counsel our soul with worry or with Wonder and me? I must frequently check what I’m counseling my soul with.

When the pull to anxiety threatens, part of spiritual discipline is focusing the heart on the nature of God.

Because the antidote to worry is worship. 
Download this free set of 60 cards on the names and attributes of God

 

Names of God printable cardds

 

Habits of the heart can change. It is possible to move from contemplating obstacles to contemplating the Overcomer. To move from counsel of the world to counsel from the Word. From being a worry-wart to a warrior of Wondrous Love.

 

Counsel your soul with the truth about God

 

It’s the spiritual discipline of trust.

Abram exercised it when, by faith, he “considered that God is able.”

What would happen if we consciously and measuredly considered the ability and attributes of God? 

What if we made the pull to worry a trigger to trust? 

By faith Abraham… and by faith Sarah… and by faith Gideon… and by faith Moses… and what will my by faith statement read like today?

By faith Arabah… loved her children?

By faith Arabah… served her ruthless enemy?

By faith Arabah… did not fret but trusted the God who is able to sell off a few of those cattle on a thousand hills?

What will your faith statement read like today?

Will you join me in considering the nature of God… and let it write your by faith statement? Perhaps this set of cards (60 cards total on the names and attributes of God) can serve as a prompt to find out. Sort of like that resource to trigger trust.

 

Free set of cards on the names and attributes of God

 

The card set is just one of the many resources found in the Trust Without Borders devotional book. You can read more about that here. But I’d like to share the cards with all my lovely blog readers and visitors absolutely FREE. You don’t even have to subscribe to get them~ smile~ {but I’d be thrilled if you stuck around!}

Click here to download the set of 60 cards on the attributes and names of God. I do recommend using cardstock for durability.

Please note you are welcome to share this post with others but please do NOT share the direct download link. Thanks so much!

 

If you have a “By faith” statement of how you’ve walked in trust today, I’d love to hear it! May you grow in grace and trust today~~

AJ

Related:

Take the 40 Day 40 Promises Challenge {with trust exercise and printable}

How to Fast from Fretfulness

The Trust Without Borders Devotional book.
Free printable from The Girl Creative

 

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Grab this FREE set of 60 printable cards on the names and attributes of God

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6 Comments

  1. Hi Arabah, I’m Beth:
    By faith Beth trusted God to provide a home in his timing, and now she delights in the retreat-like rental He brought about.
    By faith Beth trusted God to show her what to teach her 14 year old, and now they work together on Omnibus 6 and Biology and watch Teaching Textbooks Geometry (a last minute loan from another mom!).
    By faith Beth trusted God to start a new church with her husband and another couple where husband is ready for ordination and Beth has begun seminary online.
    By faith Beth trusts God to care for her 85 year old father with Parkinson’s who lives with the family.
    By faith Beth begs God daily to give her his love to love her people with.
    By faith Beth remembers to say “thy will be done” when she realizes she is getting fearful in a situation, and remembers her old favorite: 1 John 4:18
    Arabah, thank you for this delightful exercise. Writing it has blessed my heart today, as I realize the Father’s love for me. Testifying is worship!

  2. What s great goal… To move from worry to worship! I love this!

    And the cards are awesome as well. I’m going to download and print these. Thanks for sharing!

    Just wanted to stop by and let you know that I am praying for you today??

    Thanks for encouraging and leading so many others.

    You are a blessing–Melanie

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