Scripture: Psalm 150 and Isaiah 6:1-7
It is obvious from the Gospels that Jesus observed the various Jewish festivals and religious rituals. There are numerous references in the New Testament to his participation in synagogue services. In addition, he spent much time alone in prayer and communion with God. All of these are acts of devotion and worship.
“Worship” derives from the Old English word weorth, which meant what its modern form, “worth” denotes: that which renders something valuable and desirable. The worship of God recognizes that God is the source of all that is valuable and desirable, and that communion and fellowship with God is to be desired above all other things.