Even in the hustle and chaos of life so many small miracles slip past our notice. These too deserve a moment of appreciation and gratitude. We face a moment of anxiety and must choose to feed it, or chose instead to starve it by speaking truth to it: God is bigger than this moment and is both utterly delighted to tend us and wholly able to walk closely with us.
We run across an ancient affirmation like: "Glory to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit. As it was in the beginning, is now and always shall be, for ever and ever. AMEN." And we think of it throughout the day or add it to our daily meditation or prayers.
We attend church where there is a passionate speaker of truth who preaches rightly or where thought-provoking Bible verses are offered in worship so we exercise the discipline to make a note of something we want to consider throughout the week posting it on our desk or bathroom mirror to help us follow through on the pondering.
All these are moment of personal worship if that is how we choose to experience it. Worship is praise, thanksgiving, opening our hearts to God's guidance, speaking our deepest heart's longing to God, seeking the next opportunity to learn about God's utter trustworthiness and respond in kind.
Where will you worship today?