When the Bible insists we give honor and glory only to the one true God (when we are warned against idolatry), something more is being referred to than simply the statues before which pagans bow. The idols my heart adores are all those things which I demand for joy and significance. Pastor Tim Keller (Redeemer PCA, New York) tells a wonderful story about a time when he discovered this application in his own life. He came home one Wednesday evening (after a session meeting) whistling with joy over the unity of the elders and the success he had dealing with complex problems. When he entered the house his wife said, “Wow, Tim, you must have had a great day.” He suddenly recognized that his moods had less to do with the nature and character and promises of God, than whether he got what he wanted at work. "Our hearts are idol factories" (John Calvin); what do you worship?