The worship of God lies in the activity of the spirit. The activity of the spirit in terms of its works constitutes real worship. It is a question of how one stands spiritually. How far one adheres and applies the Word of God to one’s life. This constant alertness and upkeep of the Laws of God is what actually constitute worship. It must be an everyday event. The Word of God must be intertwined with everyday life, not just on a specific day designated for worship. A formal hour is important for the joint worship of God but it must not end there. It must become part of our flesh and blood, something that cannot be separated from us.