Quote by Charles Haddon Spurgeon

“He may worship God who shouts till the earth rings, again, and God may accept him, but he may worship God as truly who sits in silence before the Most High and says not even a word. It is the spiritual worship which is most acceptable to God, not the external in any shape or form. It is the heart that has fellowship with the Lord and it needs little in the way of expressing itself— neither has God tied it down to this way or that. It may find its own methods of utterance so long as it is truly “moved by the Holy Spirit.”

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