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  • Felicia Mollohan

Come Let Us Adore Him


Have you ever been somewhere listening to Christmas music, songs that you've heard every year since you can remember, and all of a sudden you actually LISTEN to the words? That happened to me at church a few weeks ago. We were singing the Christmas song, "O Come Let Us Adore Him" and it really hit me, hard.

I couldn't even really sing along because my mind was visualizing what it actually would have been like to be a shepherd on that night, actually being able to adore the King of Kings and Lord of Lords on bended knee. I don't know if I would have been able to get up. I would have wanted to stay there, forever.

O come let us adore Him O come let us adore Him O come let us adore Him Christ the Lord

We should constantly be seeking Him, our Savior. This isn't just during the Christmas season, but every day of every year. We should be seeking to adore Him. How do we do that? We live our lives as if Jesus is right there with us (which He is, just not physically).

For you alone are worthy

For you alone are worthy

For you alone are worthy

Christ the Lord

God sent His Son to earth, for us. He alone did this. He is the only one worth our praise. Why do we spend so much time with other things and spend whatever we have left on our relationship with our loving heavenly Father?

We'll give You all the glory

We'll give You all the glory

We'll give You all the glory

Christ the Lord

When we do something worth while, it's ok to feel pride of a job well done. But, who really deserves the praise? Who gave you the ability in order to do what you did?

I'll praise your name forever

I'll praise your name forever

I'll praise your name forever

Christ the Lord

He alone deserves our continual praise. Whether our kids behaved, whether we did our hair, whether we feel well. He still deserves our praise forever.

Let's all remember to come and adore our King. Our Savior. Our Lord.

Not just during this time of the year, but every day of every year.

Click on the picture below to print the words of the song.

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