Welcome back to our conversation about how our Abba Father knows us, loves us and in that knowledge and because of that love meets our needs. Last week we began to look at our need to worship and we will finish that up this week.

When our worship is misplaced, when we fail to have Abba in His rightful place, all of our other relationships are out of place. Our lives will be out of balance and our relationships out of alignment.
To summarize, we are born worshipers. We will worship. For my need to worship to be satisfied, my worship must be reserved for my Creator Father, for the one Greater than I. Abba meets this need to worship by inviting us into right relationship with Himself, and then giving us His Holy Spirit to empower us and teach us to worship Him. As we will see one of the results of right worship of Abba will be a deepening intimacy with Him, which is precisely what is His heart's desire. The journey will look like this; as our knowledge of Abba increases, our love for Him will grow, causing right worship of Him, which will increase our intimacy with Him. How cool is that! Let's worship and adore Him.



Note: “but God” is a weekly ministry of Robinson Outdoors Products written for us by pastor and spiritual counselor, Thomas Paige. “But God” is posted each week on the ScentBlocker website and can be found there along with the archives of messages of past months from Thomas. “But God” is also posted each week on ScentBlocker Facebook page and on Twitter.
You may ask, “why would Robinson, an outdoor products company with brands ScentBlocker and Tree Spider, making  products for hunters, spend its time on something like “but God”?”
Great question, as we here at Robinson consider our work place our mission field, our products bearing the John 3:16inscription our outreach. For 2014, there will be a laminated waterproof jacket pocket insert that contains the salvation message printed in two languages. And, we ask the Lord to provide more opportunities for us to be a light unto a dark world.
What responses do we receive from our customers? Each week thousands and thousands of people read the “but God” message online. We receive dozens and dozens of appreciative emails, rejoicing that a company has the courage to stand up for what it believes despite perhaps it not being the most popular thing to do these days. God has blessed our lives and our  business!
I hope you will enjoy this weeks’ “…but God” as Thomas continues the series, unto the Lord!
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