We say that worship is a lifestyle, but how many of us actually live it?Merriam Webster defines lifestyle as “a particular way of living: the way a person lives or a group of people live.” If that’s the case, this is pretty important stuff.
It makes sense, right? The Bible isn’t silent on this matter:
“So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God” (I Corinthians 10:31). All. Do all. Whatever you do.
Worship Is a Lifestyle
I’m no theologian, but from my perspective that doesn’t leave any stone unturned. If worship is a lifestyle, no facet of our lives is exempt from the glory of God. We don’t keep any for ourself. We don’t hide anything behind closed doors. There are no secrets, no facade, no silence when it comes to God and His glory.
He is a jealous God—passionate for our full attention, admiration and affection. And He’s the only being in the universe that can demand such loyalty. It’s right for Him to do so.