Are we really Representing?

Here is the question for life for all Ministers, whether you are a Worship Leader, Usher, Pastor, Choir members and directors, Sunday School teacher, Gospel Music Band; When we stand before God’s children whether in concert or on a gig, or leading worship we present our Lord and Saviour in song, poetry, word, greeting; does our life match up to the things we minister about outside the arena? Are those on outside or around us can say that we are Christ Ambassadors?

I ask this question because I have witnessed, read about and have seen worship team members and choir members, going to practice smelling full of alcohol and cigarettes,  and some ministers abusing their wives and some their husbands, then appear on stage to sing and preach and glorify the Lord.

How can we lead others to Christ and build our churches, when we are the ones knowingly or un-knowingly hurting those on the outside or being affected by the way we live and talk.

Tell me is this right?

I leave you with this : “Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God—this is your true and proper worship”. Rom 12:1

Weigh in on this.

2 thoughts on “Are we really Representing?”

  1. We need go back to the heart of worship. Many of us are not walking straight in the sight of God; therefore, we cannot enter into His presence.

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