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From his teaching series Moses and the Burning Bush, R.C. Sproul calls Christians to worship God for who He is.
Why do you give to Him reverence and a sense of adoration that differs from any esteem that you give to anything in the created world? You know, it's easy for us to love God, to be grateful to God, and to worship God because of all of the wonderful things He's done in history and in our own history for ourselves. But I don't think the Christian rises to true worship until the Christian begins to worship God not for what He has done, but for who He is in His transcendent majesty—when we realize, as the theologians of the past have, 'that God is the most-perfect Being.'