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[Rufus M. Jones, D.Litt., in The Homiletic Review]

By worship I mean the act of rising to a personal, experimental consciousness of the real presence of God, which floods the soul with joy and bathes the whole inward spirit with refreshing streams of life. Never to have felt that, never to have experienced the life to these incoming divine tides, never to have experienced the joy of personal fellowship with God, is surely to have missed the richest privilege and the highest beatitude of religion. Almost all of our modern forms of Christianity make too little of this central act, and with some truth it has been called "the lost art of worship."

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