It seems so often, in our 'modern' worship, as we come into a deeper relationship with God, as we view God on a more personal level, we lose sight of the magnitude of who God is. This isn't a new trend, but it seems to be more prominent in the way we now worship. Somehow we have lost the reverence, the awe when coming into the presence of our almighty Creator. Looking back on the people in the old testament and how at even a glimpse of God's glory they fell to the ground face-down, I begin to wonder how it is that we have lost this. There are so many psalms describing the power and glory of God (Psalms 29,47,50,95). And we just need to skim through Revelation to see even the hosts of the heavens worshiping at His throne, declaring His majesty. So where, in our walking towards Him, did we lose sight of how indescribable He is? And more importantly, how do we come back to the point of reverence, acknowledging who He is. How glorious is our Creator. For coming to this realization, how can we do anything, but fall upon our knees, and bow before Him in reverent worship? So somehow, let us stand aside and acknowledge God's glory, let us fall face-down before the throne of the almighty God crying "Holy, holy, holy, is the Lord God Almighty", for he is worthy!