Read Rom 12:1-3

Since the dawn of recorded history, every human culture—no matte how isolated, primitive, or advanced—has worshiped someone or something.  As different as such cultures are from each other, they all illustrate a central fact of human existence: We are wired to worship.  The human heart and soul longs to connect with God—even to bow before His greatness—whether it recognizes it or not. Ecclesiastes 3:11 (nlt) says: “[God] has planted eternity in the human heart,” and that spark of eternity seeks union with the eternal God.

There is no escaping it. You are wired for worship. Your heart, mind, and soul are programmed to reach out to God, bow before Him, praise His greatness, and give yourself to Him in happy surrender and grateful abandon.  We are never more ourselves than when we are worshiping God in spirit and truth. We are never closer to the Garden of Eden than when we are walking with God in a continual “sacrifice of praise” (Hebrews 13:15), like Adam who walked with God without sin or shame before his Fall.

Isn’t it true that when a sunset takes your breath away, your soul instinctively rises in worship? When an unexpected blessing comes your way, you naturally want to say thank you. When a thousand little graces permeate your day, your heart’s reflex is to praise the God who sent them.

What can you worship God for today?