This week I’m up on vacation at Lake George. We’ve gone hiking and swimming, played board games, eaten ice cream, spent time reading, and I have been doing lots of work for theater.
Even though I’ve had to spend a lot of time on work, I’ve been able to enjoy the beauty of this place. In between all the activities there has been time for me to pray about a frequently reoccurring question – what does it look like for me to worship Jesus alone? To put aside my idols of food, success, comfort, beauty, and being worshiped by everyone I know, so that I can sit at the feet of Jesus and bask in His glory?
No answers are forthcoming, but on my twitter feed today I saw this blog post and found it to be an encouraging reminder of how worthy Jesus is our of extravagant worship, because He forgives extravagantly at an extravagant cost.