You should worship God whenever you can and wherever you wish … if you know how to do it.
Instruction for becoming a “worshiper”
The first prayer of adoration in the morning gives meaning to your day. It is the same when you go to bed. And why not recite it during your day, between tasks? Create reminders in your schedule to pause through the day to make an act of worship.
If circumstances allow, you can kneel like Moses who prostrated himself before God. Otherwise, recite your prayer in your heart, to allow God to reign at the center of your life. By worshiping God in this way, you will gradually learn how to love Him.
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