Worship happens in multiple ways. It’s not simply singing songs at church on Sunday, though I wouldn’t trade that time on a regular basis for anything. There is something special about worshipping corporately, as God calls us to live and grow in community. But the definition of worship is bigger than “the feeling or expression of reverence and adoration for a deity.” Tony Evans describes worship as an orientation, a way of life, one not solely defined by an event or place. I find some of my best times of worship are when I’m running on a cool day, when I’m in my garden, and when I’m sitting at my kitchen table with my journal and Bible. But just as there are a myriad of ways I can worship God, there are also a multitude of things that can get in the way of my worship of Him.
Here are 5 things that get in the way of worship:
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