Friday Fun – worship

we all worship different things –
job, wealth, family, nature, clothes, shopping, etc

or
different belief systems such as various faiths,
materialism, sustainability, etc

get creative about sharing what you worship and post about it!

add a link back here and check out what others worship

someone has gone to a lot of effort to make this altar
of shells,
bones, driftwood and stones

34 comments

  1. I’d like to say that I only worship God, but I have to admit that sometimes I worship my family more. It’s proven by my actions, though in my heart I really want to worship Him above all. (I’m also rather too fond of my own comfort.) Since I know He loves and understands me anyway, I don’t worry too much about this.

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  2. I wouldn’t use the word worship but one of the things I value most is the calm. Some people exude a certain peace and calmness. I love being around them. I value giving. Loyalty. And glitter.
    Love, light and glitter

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  3. I’m just sayin’
    ‘bout all this prayin’
    that I just don’t get the point
    if He’s there at all
    and I don’t call
    will His nose get all out of joint?
    I just don’t see
    Him expecting me
    when His house is such a mess
    I just don’t get it
    giving credit
    to a statue (more or less)

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  4. At the German coast of the Baltic sea they call stones with holes in them that you sometimes find on beaches “Hühnergötter” or “chicken gods”. I wish I still had photos of them or even one or two real ones. You can find them occasionally hung on fences and gates and the like, very similar collections to your shots of shells. – Here is my take on worship: https://picturesimperfectblog.wordpress.com/2020/05/22/mithras-temple/
    (and this time not a week late!)

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    • wow you were waiting to pounce on this prompt 🙂

      Good one, yes who had ever made this altar either took a long time or kept returning to add. It really is quite a collection.

      Whereas your temple looks far more solid and practical when it had a roof 😉
      thanks for joining in!

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