The Only Proper Focus

Vagueness about the object of our praise inevitably leads to making our own praise the object.  Praise therefore becomes an end in itself, and we are caught up in our own “worship experience” rather than in the God whose character and acts are the only proper focus. [emphasis mine]

Michael Horton, A Better Way: Rediscovering the Drama of God-Centered Worship

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