Numbers: Wisdom As You Worship
How do you define worship? If your definition involves expressing reverence for God, then how often do you worship? Limiting your worship of God to an hour or two on Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights leaves a huge gap in the week for expressing your adoration for the Lord.
Whether by design or accident, we all devote time to other things or people. Family. Work. Friends. Sleep. Food. Social media. These things, and a host of others, usurp our energy and our attention. We inadvertently devote ourselves to these idols when we know we should place greater emphasis on the One who made us to be in relationship with Him.
Throughout the Book of Numbers, there are glimpses of ways we can more fully devote ourselves to a worshipful relationship with our Creator. In her fourth title of the Going Forth series, Dr. Carren Marvin shares insights from the fourth book of the Pentateuch about the myriad ways we can have a deeper relationship with God through daily worship.
About the Author:
Dr. Carren Marvin is a teacher, scholar, speaker, and writer who is passionate about God’s Word. Married to Dr. Stephen Marvin, she enjoys reading, scrapbooking, traveling with her family, and loving on her two Devon Rex cats. Carren and her husband live in the Memphis, Tennessee area. She and Stephen are parents to two sons and have one adorable granddaughter.