There is nothing more unsatisfying, yet more needed, than feeling convicted. I'm not talking about feeling conviction over just anything, but particularly for God's glory. We see conviction displayed in the Bible when King Josiah realizes his people haven't been following God's Law, and he does everything in his power to change that. Jesus shows it when he is mad about the Jews selling things in the temple of God, and overturns the tables. When I have it I can't understand why people don't seem to care about things that aren't right. When I don't have it I'm dull, and know that I have become one of those people that don't grieve over what grieves God. It is a horrible place to be at, stagnate, while I know at my core there are things worth caring about, including my own sinfulness. God-glorifying conviction bears the constant heart-wrenching realization that something isn't as it should be.