A true Christian can worship God within every aspect of life. This is what the Bible means in Romans 12:1 when it says,
“Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God—this is your true and proper worship.”
Despite how the world functions (and, sometimes, some parts of the Church), there are no ‘big names’ in the Body of Christ – the Church – and our worship very much includes serving each other.
Music and song form uniquely powerful aspects of the heart of worship (there are few things as powerful in this life as offering up your own, ‘new song’ to God), but they are not the only things that make worship what worship is!
God is not after a perfect heart to make willing, He is after a willing heart to make perfect…and for the whole of our lives we will be learning to love Him as we should. The Holy Spirit will give you gifts so you can play your part, for sure.
When we meet at Emmanuel Chapel – or in other places – our desire is to let our worship reflect what God has been doing in us since we last met but worship should always focus on Him and not ourselves. Jesus is the only One worthy to receive the worship and praise of our hearts.