The Lord’s Day
On the one hand, our worship is all about you and not about us. When we worship you, we want all the attention, all the praise, and all the glory to go to you.
On the other hand, we can only worship you as who we are. All we can offer is ourselves; the only way we can encounter you is in our lives—in our spirits, in our bodies, in our context, and out of our experiences.
So today, O God, we worship you as you are and we worship you as we are.
Let our worship of you be all about you.
Let it be about you so much that we leave its effect on us up to you.