"Give unto the Lord the glory due unto his name; worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness" (Psalm 29:2)
Worship is the missing jewel in modern evangelicalism. We're organized, we work; we have our agendas. We have almost everything, but there's one thing that the churches, even the gospel churches, do not have: that is the ability to worship. We are not cultivating the art of worship. It's the one shining gem that is lost to the modern church, and I believe that we ought to search for this until we find it.
I think I ought to talk a little more about what worship is and what it would be like if it were in the church. Well, it's an attitude, a state of mind, a sustained act, subject to degrees of perfection and intensity. As soon as He send the Spirit of His Son into our hearts we say "Abba" and we're worshiping. That's one thing. But its' quite another thing to be worshipers in the full New Testament sense of the word and up to our possibilities.
God wants us to worship Him. He doesn't need us, for He couldn't be a self-sufficient God and need anything or anybody, but He wants us. When Adam sinned it was not he who cried, "God, where art Thou?" It was God who cried, "Adam, where art thou?"
~A. W. Tozer~