"...they bowed their heads and worshipped”


Elder Robert Willis (dec)

Sunday is not to be a day of rest as the world considers it to be.  Sounds strange doesn’t it?.   And, it is not just the Lord’s Day as everyday is His day.  Now, let me be plainer.  Sunday, meaning a day in which Christian believers should be worshiping the Lord at church, is a day to learn more of the gospel and also find rest for our souls away from the toils of everyday life. 

And the people believed: and when they heard that the Lord had visited the children of Israel, and that he had looked upon their affliction, then they bowed their heads and worshipped (Exodus 4:31).  So, worshipping doesn’t always happen on Sunday, nor in the same way, manner, or reason.  Moses had questioned God about his calling to lead the children of Israel.  They listened to Aaron of what he spake which included him being the mouthpiece of Moses.  Notice verse 31 after it states that they had believed what they had heard, “they bowed their heads and worshipped.”  Point is, we need to worship at all times as we are always in need of His strength, mercy and grace.  Bottom line?  Its worship time.  Sunday through Monday!  Take time today.  Think about it!