What are some things that we as seasoned worshippers can do to help those who are not as knowledgeable we are? How about sharing books and resource materials with them and inviting them to workshops? If you are on a social networking page, send them a friend request so they can see what you are doing. If you beong to a Liturgical dance organization, how about telling them how excited you are about what is going on in your area, making sure to have some flyers or brochures ready to give them? Even if they aren't ready to listen at first, they will remember the way you approached them. Was it with a kind spirit, or were you judging them? It's not about enlarging the membership roster of your group, it's about promoting excellence in the Kingdom of God. When your group has an event, do all that you can to sincerely make them feel welcome if they decide to attend. Those who really want to dance for God will see the difference and want to know more about what you have to offer. Your kind words can accomplish a lot more than your criticism ever will. And remember, God is saying to them as He once said to you: "May I have this dance?"
Of course, the most important thing we can do is pray for ourselves and others. We do our part by sharing knowledge, and God does the rest: Lord Jesus look on us, Your worshippers. You know the hearts and motivations of all people. let those who have an ear to hear, be open to learn and receive Your Word, so that they can learn to be true worshippers at all times. let them learn that worship is not an activity, it is a lifestyle of prayer, praise, the Word, fasting, and giving. Help us to be good examples, and not their judges. this is our prayer Lord, in Your Name, AMEN.
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