To me, this means God alone is the only worthwhile object of human adoration. And my own heart was ever restless, until it came to its own permanent rest in this glorious Being (Matt. 11:28).
Now this God Jehovah Elohim is the Father, Son, and Spirit. In my adult life, He has fulfilled the promises sealed to me in His Own Triune Name when I was previously baptized (Matt. 28:19). To me, such thinking is eminently practical. For, like everybody else, I am often faced with making decisions regarding priorities as to what is my most important duty. Is it my obliga-tion: to the municipality, to my state or province, or to my federal government? To my congregation, to my presbytery, or to my general assembly? To my wife, to my children, or to myself? To my denomination, to my fellow Christians irrespective of denomination or nationality, or to my country?