It is God’s goodness, however, that enables us to worship without holding back, even when our circumstances do not make sense. Says Huff, “When you experience a glimpse of the goodness of God you can’t help but express yourself in such a way that reflects your hearts [sic] gratitude. You don’t care about what other people think. You worship because despite how troubled the world is, this king is your HOPE. And for that hope, my hands will be lifted high.”
Sadie Robertson Huff Shares ‘Overwhelming Joy and Awe’ as Daughter Raises Hands in Worship
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Jessica Mouser is a writer for churchleaders.com. She has always had a passion for the written word and has been writing professionally for the past two years. She especially enjoys evaluating how various beliefs play out within culture. When Jessica isn't writing, she enjoys playing the piano, reading, and spending time with her friends and family.