Often, we sacrifice doctrinal integrity for an emotional experience. I want to be clear: worship should stir feelings within us, but the feeling is not primarily what we’re after. We’re after God. God is the goal.
Posts Tagged: self-worship
There was once a nymph named Narcissus, who thought himself very delicious; so he stared like a fool, at his face in a pool, and his folly today is still with us. One of the reasons we’ve spent so many weeks blogging about the evidence for Christ and the historical roots of Christianity, is to… Read more »