Come Let Is Adore Him | An Angel Sings Praise
An Angel Sings Praise
Luke 2:13-14; Psalm 115
Review: Did you identify something that God has given you that you could offer for use to further God’s kingdom? What was your answer to the reflection question – “Jesus, What would you have me give this week?”
Introduction: Angels pop up all over the Christmas Story. An Angel appears to Zacharias (Luke 1:8-20) to Mary (Luke 1:26-37) to Joseph (Matthew 1-18-25) and to the Shepherds (Luke 2:8-12). Let us look at what the Angels teach us about worship
Pray: Lord, as we open your word together, may the messages you sent through the angels so many centuries ago draw us closer to you today. Amen.
Read: Luke 2:13-14: Psalm115
- Read the passages listed in the introduction. What are the angels in these passages doing?
- What is different between the work of the angels in the passages above and the heavenly host in Luke 2:13-14?
- We can praise God by using the attributes of God’s character revealed to us. What does Psalm 115 reveal about the character of God?
- Angels also praise God in Revelation 5:12 and 15:3-4. Which of the attributes they mention are meaningful to you?
- What can you say about who God is? How many character attributes can you list?
- What or who we worship can define or limit us. How does your life reflect who you worship?
Application: This week practice adding praise to your prayer time using the attributes of God’s character you identified in this study. Be prepared to share what effect this addition had on your prayer life.
Pray: Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace. May our lives reflect the fullness of your character throughout the days ahead. Amen.