May we never lose our wonder. Wide-eyed and mystified, may we be just like a child, staring at the beauty of our King.
The last proceeding of reason is to recognise that there is an infinity of things which are beyond it.
Wonder is a deep, profound experience. The typical secular education of our day makes us suspicious or callous to wonder. It seems so unscientific, so unsophisticated, and ultimately, so seemingly unnecessary. So they say. But to lose the sense of wonder is to lose one of the great beauties of life. Worship, on the other hand, exercises our sense of wonder. It helps us see things and hear things and feel things, that not everyone recognizes. Worship, in essence, is wonderful.