Worship is one of the most common forms of communication the christian is involved with. It is giving God credit for what He has done.
Defined in Revelation 4:10, 11 The twenty-four elders (the Church after the rapture) fall before the One seated upon the throne, and will worship the One who lives into the ages of the ages, and they will cast their victors wreaths before the throne saying, “You are worthy, our Lord and God, the Holy, to receive glory and honor and power because You created all things and through Your desirous will all things are and they were created. “
This is typically the first type of communication we should begin with in our communication with the Father and is done on a continual basis. 1 Thessalonians 5:17
Worship is not limited to singing songs. It is a mental process that may result in thoughts, words, and even songs that express a proper opinion of what God has done.
John 4:24 The God is Spirit, and the ones worshiping Him it is necessary to worship in spirit and truth.”
Your rational/logical part.
For what human intuitively knows the things of a human except the spirit of the human which is in him? Even so no one experientially knows the things of God except the Spirit of God. – 1 Corinthians 2:11
Seeing things as they really are.
Worship is about expressing the truth about what God has done.
We give God credit due by using our rational part to express the truth. We may have an emotional response to the truth, but they are not what leads. Keep your worship real – Give God the credit He deserves.
In your communication with God today before saying anything else to Him, take some time to remember and express what He has done. It is amazing how this will affect your prayer. Whether you are asking for something, expressing appreciation for what He has done, praising Him, crying out for help, interceding for others, or calling out your own actions for what they are and are seeking to restore fellowship with Him, staring with worship puts your mind in the right place to properly communicate with God.