O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness: fear before him, all the earth. —Psalm 96:9
How thankful we should be to discover that it is God’s desire to lead every willing heart into depths and heights of divine knowledge and communion. As soon as God sends the Spirit of His Son into our hearts we say “Abba”—and we are worshiping, but probably not in the full New Testament sense of the word.
God desires to take us deeper into Himself. We will have much to learn in the school of the Spirit. He wants to lead us on in our love for Him who first loved us.
He wants to cultivate within us the adoration and admiration of which He is worthy. He wants to reveal to each of us the blessed element of spiritual fascination in true worship. He wants to teach us the wonder of being filled with moral excitement in our worship, entranced with the knowledge of who God is. He wants us to be astonished at the inconceivable elevation and magnitude and splendor of Almighty God!
There can be no human substitute for this kind of worship and for this kind of Spirit-given response to the God who is our Creator and Redeemer and Lord. WHT026
The man who has not been humbled in the presence of God will never be a worshiper of God at all. QTB197
Tozer on the Holy Spirit.