The Westminster Catechism says that our chief goal is "to glorify God and to enjoy Him forever." Worship is not just the songs we sing, it's giving glory to God in whatever we are doing! Our very basic act of worship is offering ourselves as a "living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God--this is your true and proper worship" (Romans 12:1). The next verse says "do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind..." (Romans 12:2). The mind can be a very scary place sometimes, it's very easy to lose focus. When we worship, we are tuning into God's very presence and activating His power in our lives (and our minds!). In these difficult and trying times, it's easy to get distracted with all the negativity and fear around us -- but when we are in tune with God and He inhabits our praise (He is present in, dwells in, resides in -- all the time!), we can rest assured that He is in full control and we can freely worship Him and give Him the honor and praise due His glorious and powerful name -- the Name that is above all other names! What we do here on earth is just a warm-up for eternity in heaven, where we will enjoy Him forever! How are you glorifying God in your life and in your worship?