It’s truly a privilege to see others connect with God. As worship leaders, we get a front row seat to life change. There is no greater joy.
While leading worship is certainly life-giving and rewarding, it also demands that we pour ourselves out spiritually, emotionally, and physically. There’s no doubt that a day will come when you just don’t feel like doing it. You might feel tired or worn out; you might feel stressed or overwhelmed; or you might feel discouraged by events in the world that are tough to process.
David didn’t hold back when it came to being honest with God about how he felt. Throughout the Psalms, it is clear there were moments when David just wasn’t feeling it, so to speak. In Psalm 73, he was troubled and confused when he observed people doing wrong and getting away with it. Psalm 42 figuratively describes David in a deep ditch with mud weighing him down. In Psalm 42:3, David openly admits to a deep sadness: “I’m on a diet of tears – tears for breakfast, tears for supper” (Psalm 42:3 The Message). All of this as he recalls joyfully leading a great procession…Continue Reading