Roy E. Harris

Professor, Department of Religion, Union College

Music for Worship

From the standpoint of the Christian who urgently loves God, the reward of worshiping God is the very fact of worship. This is true of all situations where love is the dominant impulse, because love, among other things, is forgetfulness of self. For the loving Christian, then, it is enough that God permits and encourages him to worship. He asks no blessing than to be in the company of God. . .

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