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 »