Made in God’s image. Reflecting His image in everything I do, each and every day. Bearing His image at the grocery store with the rude checker, bearing His image at the bank, in line, on the freeway, at the corner where the old man asks for help, or in the work place with the difficult boss or co-worker. If we are truly a child of God, created in his image then, as N.T. Wright writes, “When you gaze in awe and admiration, and wonder at someone, you begin to take on something of the character of the object of your worship. ”Because you were made in God’s image, worship makes you more truly human. When you gaze in love and gratitude at the God in whose image you were made, you do indeed grow. You discover more of what it means to be fully alive.” Worship: it’s what we were made for.
Essentials in Worship Theology