The other day I posted about worship (you can read it here). Scripture indicates that worship involves action. To love God is to love others. If I profess to love God then that will also come out in a life that is lived in service to others. This is one of those "both/and" things. Worship is not either/or in this instance.
My reason for sharing this again is this: this morning I had a great time of worship. My good friend and his young family currently live over a garage. Imagine having two young children, living above a garage in an apartment that has five small room, two of those rooms being a bathroom and a kitchen. Anyway, they have an opportunity to move into another house. In order for this to happen they needed to move all the furniture currently in the house into the attic. So that is how I spent my Saturday morning. It meant my family had to do some shifting around. My wife had to take our daughters with her to her fitness class which broke up our routine a bit. But it allowed me to help a brother in Christ and his family prepare for what is an important step for them. I worshiped God this morning while carrying boxes, beds, dressers, etc. into an attic.
In the previous post mentioned above, I asked a question: Do you need to rethink what worship means? How have you worshiped God today? Who have you served?