It seems the worship fad today is built around rejoicing alone. This is a contemporary "problem" in both contemporary style churches and "old time" style churches. By "old time" I mean folks who use songs with more of a country Gospel style than contemporary, or a starchy style with songs older than 30 years but not much older than 150 years, etc... Whether it's at an "old time" camp meeting or a contemporary praise service- where is the fear of God? And I don't just mean in preaching- I know that hell gets mentioned in these places around Halloween every year, and maybe some of you can testify that it gets attention a little more often- but I am talking about a holy AWE of God- one accompanied by an appropriate speechlessness, a deafening silence in worship- where is that today? Where is trembling of both saints and sinners in our services- like Isaiah and Felix experienced? I understand that we are told to rejoice evermore. I understand that Psalms teaches us to rejoice in worship often- but neither of these demand exclusive rejoicing- rejoicing alone. Is it possible that we have become so man centered that we fashion our services after rejoicing because people prefer that over trembling?