It all starts with revelation, understanding who God is and our relationship with Him. As worship is a response, we have to know who we are responding to, and why we are responding. Revelation is God’s communication with us, whether through Holy Spirit, or His Word. It is from this place of knowing God that our response, or worship should naturally flow from. There are a variety of ways to respond to God, and God has made us each to respond differently to Him. People have worshipped God traditionally through songs, and services. But God clearly says throughout the Bible that He is after our hearts, not a legalistic, systematic requirement. From a lifestyle of worshipping God, we will naturally point to God in our interactions with others. In leading others, we should follow Jesus’ example of servant leadership. In this way, we place ourselves in an opportune place to love God, and love others.