How about to just be still? I mean actually really still. Tonight I decided to go outside and just be still. As I observed I couldn't help but be amazed.
The sound of the crickets who remained unseen performed a symphony without fault just as they were created to do. As smoke from a cigar swirled around me I looked up to noticed the clouds which mimicked the smoke as they swirled around the moon every so often allowing me to catch a glimpse of its brilliance. As the breeze would pick up it would rustle the leaves causing them to sound much like a whisper of praise. All this left me with nothing but a feeling of peace. It did not leave me worshiping the nature around me, but rather the nature pointed me to, as it worshipped in perfection, it's creator. My creator. God. The God of the bible. As the cigar burned down the bitterness of the smoke reminded me of the bitterness of my sin. What a necessary reminder of distaste God has for sin. Yet because of Jesus he allowed me, despite my sin, to experience him. Glory to God for His great Mercy!
If you are like me you long to worship well. Sometimes you may just long to be around others who worship well just so you can be around such a feeling. I encourage you to be still. Not just still in a room, but go outside. Allow yourself to be in the middle of creation. Something that makes you feel small. It will most definitely point you to God our father and will help you forget yourself which, in my personal opinion, is something that is a major part of helping us to worship well. Nature has no choice but to worship perfectly. So go outside, watch, and learn!