Wanting God for His Blessings and Not Himself

If men’s affection to God is founded first on His profitableness to them, their affection begins at the wrong end; they regard God only for the utmost limit of the stream of divine good, where it touches them and reaches their interest, and have no respect to that infinite glory of God’s nature which is the original good, and the true foundation of all good, the first foundation of all true love.

Jonathan Edwards, The Religious Affections, p. 168-169