We WORSHIP together

Here, we worship together bringing our hearts truthfully and longingly to God. Find Hope, Love, and Encouragement, this a fellowship of and in, The BELOVED.

When we worship together, it becomes a joy that seeks God in unison. What could be more wondrous and hopeful? It is our hearts together, loving and desiring him that becomes our own response to God’s invitation to know him- this is true worship.

WORSHIP LOVES. The heart responds to the love that it has been stirred by.

We boldly declare our need for God. We lift our eyes from whatever obscures our vision in ‘this world’ and turn to him with hope and faith. Our worship is answered with a resounding “Yes”. God is with us, beside us and His Spirit is within us at the very core of our hearts.

We are God’s children called to know Him.

1 John 4:7 “Beloved, let us love one another, for love is from God, and whoever loves has been born of God and knows God.”

Worship is a very special word. 

John Owen wrote, “men honor God most when they come to worship hungry and expectant, conscious of need and looking to God to meet them and supply it.”

He expounds that “in worship the saints do not merely seek God; they also find him. Worship is not only an expression of gratitude, but also a means of grace, whereby the hungry are fed, so that the empty are sent away rich. For “there is in worship an approach of God to man. God’s presence in his ordinances is a reality; God is essentially present in the world, graciously present in his church. God delights to approach to men, and converse with them in the worship instituted in the gospel.”

Here are some wonderful quotes on worship:

“No man gives anything acceptable to God until has has first given himself in love and sacrifice.”
A.W. Tozer

“God is to be praised with the voice, and the heart should go therewith in holy
Charles H. Spurgeon

“We only learn to behave ourselves in the presence of God.”
C. S. Lewis

“In prayer it is better to have a heart without words than words without a heart.”
John Bunyan

“It is in the process of being worshipped that God communicates His presence to men.”
C.S. Lewis

Our Worship, Our Song, Our Joy

When we commune with God in worship, our affections join with him in the holiness of belonging. We speak into Love, towards Love, and with Love. This is the song that we sing. It is the bird nested from the heart flying out through the window, free to be with Him. Worship is being received by God in His sanctuary of eternity, from now into forever.

We have hope and joy in God

The BELOVED is dedicated to hope and encouragement, in these pages- find hope, stir your heart. Here, you will find much to delight in; articles by authors and theologians of distinction; scripture and commentary, original worship prose and poetry, prayer for many occasions and special times and a vast collection of resources for further study in both prayer and Christian sites.

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“The Belief, Vision, and Joy of a Quiet Heart”, from Dr. Martin Lloyd Jones

“Take Heart, be Strong, do not Give Up”, Scripture to Inspire, Prayer to Begin Again from L.Willows

“What Shall We Hope For”, Timeless Quotes to Encourage and Inspire

“Reasons to Hope”, from Ligonier Ministries written by David Murray

“Faith Stays! Bold Humility”, Scripture, Notes and Prayer”, from L.Willows

Loving God

“Walking with God” by Tim Keller ~ learning to grow through trails by learning a ‘new walk’.

“Honoring God”, by David W. Hall, speaks from TableTalk of Ligonier Ministries

“What is Honor in the Bible?”, from L.Willows with Prayer to Honor God

“Beloved, Let Us Love One Another”, 1 John 4:7-21 from Charles Spurgeon


“St. Augustine’s Four Rules of Prayer”, from Tim Keller

“The Privilege and Power of Prayer” from C.S. Lewis Institute

“Kingdom-Centered Prayer”, from Tim Keller

“The Hidden Life of Prayer”, from David MacIntyre

Worship in poetry

“God’s Lullaby”

“In Footsteps Meek and almost Bare”,

“From a Vast Honeycomb”

“Here In The Midst Of”

“Joy Comes in The Morning”

And Discover:

PRAYER,breathing God
POETRY, bare words blossoming

Thank you for visiting! 

“You are welcome to contact me with questions or comments!” Linda Willows