Acts 13:22 – And when he had removed him, he raised up unto them David to be their king; to whom also he gave their testimony, and said, I have found David the son of Jesse, a man after mine own heart, which shall fulfil all my will.
David was a worshipper, that’s why God said that he was a man after His own heart.
Our passionate worship leads to personal transformation and corporate revival. When you enter into God’s presence during worship, your hearts is changed into what God originally intended it to be; the reflection of His own heart.
Your heart becomes a reflection of God’s heart. As your heart reflects God’s heart and progresses in the process of transformation, you are able to manifest the realm of heaven on earth through the grace and power of the Holy Spirit. When this occurs, our churches and communities will experience revival.
We must understand that revival will cease if we no longer allow our hearts to be transformed. Our relationship with God will be contaminated and we will see a re-appearance of religion and a return to a natural, temporal mind-set. If we want to maintain God’s presence in our life and sustain a spirit of revival, we cannot allow our love for Him or our worship of Him to grow cold.
Much of the church has no passion for God’s presence, they just want what He can give. As a result, we have churches without power and without presence.
No Worship = No Presence = No Power
If our worship of God is not genuine, His presence will not come. That’s why we have not been seeing signs, wonders, and special miracles in the church. Without His presence, we cannot experience transformation.