How Not to Worship Your Worship

Bob Kauflin: It was almost forty years ago, but I remember it like it was yesterday. At the end of an evening church meeting, we flowed seamlessly into an “afterglow service.” For the first time in my life I heard and sang these words, penned by Laurie Klein: I love you, Lord And I lift my voice To worship you. O my soul, rejoice. Take joy, my King, in what you hear. May it be a sweet, sweet sound in your ear. I was moved to tears, not simply by the beautiful melody, but by the realization that my ultimate desire in life really was to love the Lord. To be pleasing to him, to bring him delight. In the seemingly constant swirl of worldly temptations, sensual distractions, and seasons of apathy, I had a moment of clarity. I loved the Lord. Importance of the Heart Telling the Lord how we feel about him is a healthy and natural part

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