In Phil 3:3, the Bible declares that the Father seeks those who will worship Him in Spirit and in truth. This worship goes beyond the songs and the music, it is about the heart. Worship is about you going to God’s presence. The problem is, we do not want to leave where we are, we always want God to come to us.
Even Jesus queried Nicodemus, as fine a teacher of the law as he was, of struggling with base things (John 3:10-12).
Part of what the Holy Spirit does to you is to make you humble. The Spirit enables us to bear the truthful realities of the Kingdom of God (Ps 119:144). People do not understand, because their understanding has not been enlightened. Without the Holy Spirit, our hearing can never be fruitful, and our understanding can only be from the human plane (1 Cor 2:14). The Spirit must quicken the Word in you; this Word then becomes your personal sword.