Knowing Vs. Feeling

August 22, 2013

Good literature engages the mind and the heart. It doesn’t emotionally grab us because the author says, “This is tragic.” Rather, the writer paints an engaging word picture so that his readers see what he sees in his mind and respond emotionally. Good worship music does the same thing. It doesn’t just tell us to praise the Lord. It moves us to praise the Lord because it helps us see God’s greatness. Great worship music articulates the truth about God so that we can’t help but worship. Alistair Begg is getting at this in this video:

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2 Responses to “Knowing Vs. Feeling”

  1. tjkids Says:

    “Don’t ask me how I feel; ask me what I know!” Boy, do I ever track with this!


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