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DIY Praise & Worship: Christmas Edition II

When God has become man, and stepped into time so that we can step into eternity with Him, how else can we respond but with praise? And as we praise, we will taste the sweetness of Heaven!

To aid your worship, below are three simple steps and a set of Christmas songs that draws from classic carols and songs we regularly sing at Upper Room.

I recommend setting aside half an hour in order to enter deeply into prayer and receive what the Lord has for you. Turn off the ringer on your phone and get a pen and paper (for Steps 2 and 3).

Step 1:

Begin in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Recognize that you are in his presence! Begin to praise him. Between songs, let your own words of worship flow out in English and/or in tongues.

Hark The Herald Angels Sing / King Of Heaven

For Unto Us / Open The Eyes Of My Heart

He Shall Reign Forevermore


What Child is This?

Step 2:

Worship will lead you into contemplation. Sit with the Lord. Allow him to speak to you. Write down what he says to you or what he does in your heart. Writing will help you focus to receive what he has for you.

Step 3:

Respond to what the Lord said or did in Step 2. What will you do with what he has just given you? How can you thank him? Writing down your response will help you to remember it and to act on it.

Enjoy your time of worship. This is what Jesus came for – to be with you.

For more worship songs, see last year’s DIY Praise & Worship: Christmas Edition.

By Christy Whiting, Upper Room Director

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