Surely you have ever heard about Charles Spurgeon, the prince of preachers, the man whose all his collected writings are considered as the largest number of books written by one man. What else can we say about Charles Spurgeon? We could say much more, since he has contributed too much to theology.
Charles Spurgeon talked a lot about worship, about that true adoration that we must render to God as true worshipers that we are, so, next we share some quotes said by Spurgeon about adoration:
1 – Praise is the Rehearsal of Our eternal Song By Grace We learn to Sing, and in Glory We Continue to Sing.
2 – Depend on it, my hearer, you never will go to heaven unless you are prepared to worship Jesus Christ as God.
3 – Do not flatter yourselves: if you go to places of worship merely to look about you or to hear music, you are not worshipping God.
4 – The best worship that we ever render to God is far from perfect. Our praises, how faint and feeble they are! Our prayers, how wandering, how wavering they are! When we get nearest to God, how far off we are! When we are most like Him, how greatly unlike Him we are!
5 – All places are places of worship to a Christian. Wherever he is, he ought to be in a worshiping frame of mind.
6 – It would be very difficult to draw a line between holy wonder and real worship; for when the soul is overwhelmed with the majesty of God’s glory, though it may not express itself in song, or even utter its voice with bowed head and humble prayer, yet it silently adores.
7 – I believe that in public worship we should do well to be bound by no human rules, and constrained by no stereotyped order.