worship is more commonly defined as the expression of reverence or adoration for a deity.
In the Judeo-Christian perspective we are instructed to worship God in and through every aspect of our lives. Here is the book of Revelation John describes the presence of God. The presence of God takes our minds off our circumstances and draws us to focus on the character of God. God our Almighty, Creator, Father, Friend…
This is a doodle that represents Revelation chapter 4 joining with all creatures worshipping God “who was, who is and who is to come”. Looking back at God’s presence in my life, looking now at God’s presence in my life and knowing God’s presence will be with me in what is to come I join in saying:
“Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God Almighty, Who was, and is, and is to come. You are worthy, our Lord and God to receive glory and honor and power, for You created all things, and by your will they were created and have their being.”
So today as we go about our ‘to-do’ list or ‘plan for the day’ or ‘short term goals’ or even ‘relax’ pause to remember the character of God – What has God done (recollect testimonies, recollect events in your life), What is God doing (be mindful of God’s presence in your circumstances and situations) – it is not always easy so ask God to give you eyes to see what He is doing. And you can rest in knowing God’s presence for ‘what is to come’ (even in the midst of your uncertainities).