Below are some practical helps for the practice of worship in our feast gatherings:
- During the week, we can write down our experiences with the different aspects of sacrifice, as we tend to forget them. Then, before we come to the Lord’s Table, we can choose the best of these experiences to bring to the Father. What the Father asks of us is not what Christ accomplished historically, but the reality of Christ applied in our daily lives. This is what Paul meant by “for to live for me is Christ” (Phil. 1:21a).
- Another reason for writing down our experiences is to help us present sacrifices to the Father accurately and appropriately: briefly, genuinely, and to the point, not with a long description of all the details of the circumstances of your experience, thereby losing Christ as the center. This will also give others time to offer their sacrifices.
- Matching your offering, you can read a verse or two to validate your experience. However, this is not always necessary, since the point is not to give a message or a teaching.
- Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. Making mistakes is part of learning. Peter made many mistakes. The more we practice the priesthood, the more the Holy Spirit, the anointing, will teach us. The Lord will guide us by His grace. Remember that at the time of the old covenant, it took the priests five years to complete the priestly school.
Although the sacrifices are food for the Father, the Father shares a part of these sacrifices with us, the priests. The more sacrifices we make to Father, the more it will benefit the whole priesthood. Let us all be true worshipers to please our heavenly Father. This path of worship will also make us perfect in our experience of Christ to prepare us for His second coming. May the Lord open the eyes of all who read this booklet.