I remember the first time “American Idol” was on TV. It was talked about on television, radio, in houses and by the water cooler at work. Each week, people would discuss the “idols” — who did well and who needed to get voted off. These young singers could not go anywhere without having crowds screaming and yelling their names. People even changed their schedules and lives so that they would never miss an episode. These singers truly were “idols” in America.
In Leviticus 19:4 we read, “4 ‘Do not turn to idols, nor make for yourselves molded gods: I am the Lord your God.”
In our society, it seems that we make many people idols – singers, actors, athletes, business people, etc. If someone is “successful”, they must be worthy to worship, right? The Bible reminds us that there is only one person that is worthy of our worship and that is the Lord. He is the only One that is worthy today, tomorrow and forever.
I pray for blessings today for you on your Journey!