When we speak of worship, what usually comes to mind is the segment of our church services when the congregation sings songs of praise and worship to the Lord. We begin with praise, the faster and louder songs that move to a strong beat and cause us to jump and shout and dance with joy. During praise, while we are (sometimes wildly) hopping around and rejoicing, our focus is on everything God has done, is doing, and will do for us. Then there comes a point in the singing when the Spirit of God moves us to slow down, get softer, and focus our attention entirely upon Jesus. Now we leave all temporal things behind, enter into the Holy of Holies in the heavenlies, bow our hearts to the ground, and see and hear only Him. We are consumed by our Lord and Savior, worshipping Him with our whole being.