"...we must understand that we worship a triune God. This trinitarian aspect of God is one of the great mysteries of our faith. Our God is one God in three Persons—Father, Son and Holy Spirit...If God is triune, it is proper for us to worship him thusly. Oftentimes we are very good at acknowledging one or two Persons of the Trinity, at the expense of the other(s). To ignore any one Person of the Trinity is to neglect worshiping God to the fullest."
Steven D. Brooks, Worship Quest: An Exploration of Worship Leadership (Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2015), 25-26.