Guest Editorial

He Is Worthy

In the book of Revelation, John describes a vision of worship in Heaven. The angels gathered around the throne speak of God and Christ as “worthy.” “You are worthy, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power” (Revelation 4:11). “You are worthy to take the scroll and open its seals” (5:9). “Worthy […]

From the Editor

Changed by the Resurrection

Mary Magdalene was a devoted disciple of Jesus Christ. The Lord had cast seven demons from her (Luke 8:1-3), so you can imagine the gratitude she felt toward him. Luke describes how Mary and some other women traveled with Jesus and his apostles, “helping to support them out of their own means” (v. 3). Mark […]


  • "When was the last time you were so excited about the Lord that you couldn’t contain your enthusiasm? When was the last time you said, 'Let me tell you what God has done for me'?" #dailyreading #whythedots #getexcited
  • "We deny Jesus when we pretend not to be a Christian, when we shy away from talking about him, or when we act in ways that dishonor him. Peter's denial was obvious. Ours might be subtle. Both break the heart of Jesus." #dontbesubtle #letHIMbeknown #dailyreading #whythedots
  • "Unfortunately, many of us today leave the teaching of God’s Word to the 'professionals.' Our kids learn about God on Sundays and maybe Wednesdays . . . but the truth is, it’s our job." How do you teach your kids about worship? #dailyreading #parenting #whythedots
  • "Obedience involves walking. It is more than just avoiding bad paths. It also involves faithfully embracing God’s way." - Mark Scott on why Worship | Part 1 is titled "Follow". #beaChristfollower #worshipmeansfollowing
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  • "Church staff are expected to believe and teach certain principles, but when Christian coworkers, next-door neighbors, or friends speak up regarding their faith, they have more credibility." We all are the church . . . not just those of us who work there. #everydaymissionfield
  • "They knelt on the pavement with their faces to the ground . . . In this posture of humility they worshiped and gave thanks (confessed) to God for his goodness." When was the last time you knelt before God? #humility #HEisworthy #realworship Full Study at
  • You may have noticed the dots. • • • They represent the goal of the new Lookout - interaction. We want to help you interact with the word of God - with your prayer time - with your small group - with whatever He has for you today.
Use them however you like, but most of all, just use them. Let them be a reminder to not just read the scripture, articles, and questions, but to also interact with them.
So, why the dots? Because we believe that nothing is more important than an intimate, personal relationship with Jesus Christ. And there’s no better way to get there than by interacting with Him.
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  • "Effective worship leaders don’t do all the praising, but they help to get us started in lauding God . . . Why wait for others to get the praise started? Why not be among the first to sincerely say, 'Thank you, Lord'?" Shout out to all of our awesome #worshipleaders. Let's learn how to be more like them! More at!

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