Editor's Note

'Every moment is a worship offering to God.'

Several years ago a friend and I were talking and he said something that totally changed the way I think about and practice worship.

He said, "Everything we do is an act of worship. The question becomes, 'Who are you worshiping?'"

I realized every moment of my day can be a worship offering to God. As I wake in the morning or sip my coffee or drive to work. Even in the middle of a heated discussion with my husband.

Worship is giving honor to my Creator. In everything I do, do I give him that honor?

In this issue, we look at what it means to worship, the unique ways God created you to connect with him, and how to balance the two sides of honoring God—in friendship and in awe.

We're commanded to worship the Lord in spirit and in truth. Today and every day, may we worship God in all we do and think and say.

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Ginger E. Kolbaba

Ginger Kolbaba is the author of Desperate Pastors' Wives and The Old Fashioned Way. Connect with her on Twitter @gingerkolbaba.

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Awe; Fear; Praise; Relationship with God; Worship
Today's Christian Woman, August , 2010
Posted August 2, 2010

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