Youtube Moment: Beautiful, Childlike Worship

For anyone older than 16, anytime we get a glimpse of the unique innocence of children, it reminds us of a “different” time in our lives. A time of believing in Santa Claus, fairies, and magic. Almost everything we did at this time in our lives was done with some sort of passion. I remember the joy I felt when learning to ride my bike. Or my brothers and I being unable to fall asleep on Christmas Eve. Or even singing along with Barney on the television. I distinctively remember the warm feeling of each of those things.

This video is another one of my Youtube favorites. The video is of kids singing a Coldplay song together in their music class. I keep looking around in the video to see if any one of them purposefully aren’t singing…but sure enough they all are. Some, you can tell, are introverts; others, extroverts. Each kid is singing with a certain zeal and enthusiasm without any remote feeling of shame. If you look at their hand movements and facial expressions you begin to realize that what they are doing is worshiping. Unknowingly, worshiping. We were all created to worship God in all his glory (Revelation 4:11, Zephaniah 3:17, Hebrews 13:15).

Funny how these kids are unknowingly doing what they were deeply created to do. It makes sense because their souls were trained to do this at their creation….so it is natural to them. Due to it being natural, it becomes unknowing to them. Hence one of the billion ways that God reveals to us that he is very very extremely real. If there were no God, why are these kids performing the mannerisms that they are performing? What foundational standard are the standing on? Where do they have the ability to attain those uniformly objective feelings of emotions from a simple Coldplay song? It is impossible outside a sovereign Creator God and Savior in Jesus Christ.

This is why we innately worship. And the main purpose for that worship being for the praise of his glorious grace which he had freely given us, says Ephesians 1:5,6. The ultimate climax of that grace is Jesus dying on the cross. And I pray that I worship like these kids whenever I dwell on those facts. I fall short in that area daily.. The closer that that holy dwelling occurs 24/7 in my life, then the better my joy will be. I pray that it to be shameless and with childlike zeal that causes the angels in Heaven to say, “Yes, that’s exactly what you should be doing, duhhh”. haha

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