There are different colours of worship. Some can be painted in blues (complete irresistible occupation of the entire body), and come in white (pure, calm and collected). Whatever the colour might be, all of them serve one purpose, and that is recognition of Jehovah’s presence as the Light in the life of the believers.
However, there is another form of worship that is deeper than that. I call it the colour of reflection. Such is the ability to sit in quiet spaces to analyse on the ever-present power of God without tendering any personal request. A spiritual state of examination is profound than mere meditation. It is a worship that transcends human capacity to that steep of acknowledgement of the existence of God above all things. Frequently, observing this brings to consciousness the simplest miracles of God one fails to notice before and aid in establishing a deeper relationship with the Holy Spirit.
When must one execute? The answer is now. At such a time as this is when every sincere Christian ought to paint the colour of reflection to reignite their faith in Christ.