Worship. Ask around and you get many definitions.
One of the simplest to understand is this: My response to what my God has done for me.
This description of “Worship” transcends music and the arts and reaches to the heart of the matter, let’s face it not all people are gifted in areas of expressive communication yet we are all called to worship our Father, through Jesus our Savior in the power of Holy Spirit.
So what does this response look like? The best place to go is to God’s Word to see this picture.
"I appeal to you therefore, brothers (and sisters), by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual “worship”." Romans 12:1
The imagery is spectacular; we willingly sacrifice our desires for His desires and when we do we “Worship”. Our audible response as we are obedient to this call is as individual and varied as people, some sing, some play instruments, dance, some rap, many speak words of praise and honor, some make a joyful noise, many bow in humble adoration. But it all begins when we realize that it's not about us, it's about giving God all the glory.
“For His invisible attributes , namely, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made.” Romans 2:20