Worship for us is a time of divine threshing, when God supernaturally separates the wheat from the chaff in our lives.  When we enter into worship, God is divinely directing us toward his threshing floor, where He deals spiritually with those things which need to be examined and eradicated out of our lives.  On the threshing floor, God will destroy, get rid of or eliminate all those unusable or undesirable things so that they can never recur or return again.

 

"Do not make idols or set up carved images, or sacred pillars, or sculptured stones in your land so you may worship them.  I am the LORD your God. You must keep my Sabbath days of rest and show reverence for my sanctuary.  I am the LORD.  If you follow my decrees and are careful to obey my commands, I will send you the seasonal rains. The land will then yield its crops, and the trees of the field will produce their fruit.  Your threshing season will overlap with the grape harvest, and your grape harvest will overlap with the season of planting grain.  You will eat your fill and live securely in your own land.  I will give you peace in the land, and you will be able to sleep with no cause for fear.  I will rid the land of wild animals and keep your enemies out of your land.  In fact, you will chase down your enemies and slaughter them with your swords.  Five of you will chase a hundred, and a hundred of you will chase ten thousand!  All your enemies will fall beneath your sword.  I will look favorably upon you, making you fertile and multiplying your people.  And I will fulfill my covenant with you.  You will have such a surplus of crops that you will need to clear out the old grain to make room for the new harvest!  I will live among you, and I will not despise you.  I will walk among you; I will be your God, and you will be my people.  I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt so you would no longer be their slaves. I broke the yoke of slavery from your neck so you can walk with your heads held high.” (Leviticus 26: 1-13 New Living Translation)



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