We often sing about God’s majesty, but do we really behold it? The word majesty has a few definitions, but my favorite and the one I believe best describes God’s majesty is this: an imposing grandeur. God’s greatness makes us know how small we are compared to Him; we can’t help but look upon Him with awe and a holy fear. Matt Chandler used standing at the edge of the Grand Canyon as an analogy. You know that one misstep off the edge and you’re done; you are pint size compared to these huge rocks and crevasses. God is so much bigger than that! Habakkuk 3:10 says of the Lord, “The mountains saw you and writhed.” Even the towering mountains shrunk back in the light of God’s grandeur! Truly that is a testament to God’s majesty. Creation can’t help but to proclaim His greatness. Jesus said in Matthew that even if His people were silent, the rocks would cry out in praise (Matt 19:40). If we get ahold of God’s majesty, our worship will never be the same! It is impossible to be in His presence and not be in awe.