If you go to church, you automatically know what worship means, and you probably associate it with music. It is commonly known as the singing portion of a church service. Most churches have a portion of their service dedicated to praise and worship, which involve singing songs where the lyrics are about praising the Lord.
Worship is honoring someone to the highest regard and having absolute adoration. With this, worship is so much more than singing songs about Jesus on Sunday Mornings. Although I love worshiping God through music, but worship means so much more than just singing. There have been some amazing encounters with God during worship. I have seen so many lives changed and people getting healed. Even so, you do not need music to worship the Lord.
True worship is a life that honors him. We worship on Sunday at church, but we truly connect with God when we can worship God with our lives in addition to our Sunday morning worship. John Piper once said that true worship is valuing and treasuring God above all things. When we put God first, we worship Him.
I personally love the phrase "Worship God with our life." This is something that resonates with me. Worship on Sunday mornings are my absolute favorite thing, but if I don't live my life for Him every day, then my worship may not be genuine. I have to worship God with my words and actions. I worship Him if I am a light to this dark world.
We must worship Him every day in everything we do, and we must live a life that reflects Him.
"Through Jesus, therefore, let us continually offer to God a sacrifice of praise—the fruit of lips that openly profess his name.And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased." Hebrews 13:15-16