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Mark 14:3,4 - "Jesus was in the house of Simon the leper, in Bethany; while He was eating, a woman came in with an alabaster jar full of a very expensive perfume, made of pur nard. She broke the jar and poured the perfume on Jesus' head. Some of the people there became angry, and said to each other, 'What was the use of wasting the perfume? It could have been sold for more than three hundred dollars, and the money given to the poor!' And they critisized her harshly.
But Jesus said, "Leave her alone!"

Everyone but Jesus thought it to be excessive and extreme. The only true worship is extreme worship, and only extreme worship brings extreme results -- transformation.

 

Exodus 8:25 - "Go sacrifice to your God in the land."


Pharoh responded to Moses' request to let the Israelites go worship by giving him permission but only if they stayed and worshiped in Egypt.
The devil doesn't mind our worshiping God if it doesn't require change.
True worship, and the freedom it brings, requires the dedication of our entire lives to God. An offer that tries to convince us otherwise is a false one. If we try to keep worship ("in the land" -- in other words with requirements and stipulations) of the devil's domain, we give him legal access to influence and spoil our efforts.

 

Affirmations


I REALIZE THAT BROKENESS HELPS ME DIE TO MYSELF AND MY INHIBITIONS.

I ALLOW THE HOLY SPIRIT TO BREAK MY HEART, HIS WAY, SO I CAN REALEASE TRUE FRAGRANT WORSHIP TO GOD.

EXTRAVAGANT WORSHIP IS MY LIFESTYLE.

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