The Worship Quote of the Week for (10/18/1995):

Lewis Quotes
WQOTW (two short ones) from the pen (or typewriter) of C.S. Lewis. You figure
out what they have to do with worship.

"Man approaches God most nearly when he is in one sense least like God. For
what can be more unlike than fullness and need, sovereignty and humility,
righteousness and penitence, limitless power and cry for help?" from

"'Didn't we agree that God is a spirit? Don't you worship Him because He is
pure spirit?'
'Good heavens, no! We worship Him because He is wise and good. There's
nothing specially fine about being a spirit. The Devil is a spirit.'"

[Remember that worship is responding to God -- the response of the redeemed in
the presence of the redeemer.]

Have great week.
Chip Stam