When we face the glory of God, we inevitably find ourselves prostrate in worship.
Bowing down in worship always comes from the same attitude of heart. That of a person desperately wanting to let Christ grow in their life to the point of wanting to diminish, by prostrating themselves to the ground, in an act of total submission. A soul so gripped by the Almighty that falling face down seems to be the only appropriate response.
Matt Redman's second book (after Adoration and Praise in the Church ) invites us to rediscover the dimensions of the marvelous, the fear of God and the mystery that are hidden in worship – strongly encouraging us to also rediscover the notion of God's sovereignty in our praise.
Matt Redman is an English composer and worship leader. He wrote popular songs like “Heart of Worship”, “Let everything that has Breath”, “Once again” or “Blessed be your Name”, he led people in the worship leaders around the world and operates heartofworship.com, a resource website for worship leaders. Matt Redman lives in West Sussex, England with his wife Beth and their two children Maisey and Noah.
Author: Matt Redman