Definition of worship :
1. An object of worship.
2. Excellence of character; dignity; worth; worthiness.
3. Hence, a title of honor, used in addresses to certain magistrates and others of rank or station.
4. Honor; respect; civil deference.
5. Obsequious or submissive respect; extravagant admiration; adoration.
6. The act of paying divine honors to the Supreme Being; religious reverence and homage; adoration, or acts of reverence, paid to God, or a being viewed as God.
7. To honor with extravagant love and extreme submission, as a lover; to adore; to idolize.
8. To pay divine honors to; to reverence with supreme respect and veneration; to perform religious exercises in honor of; to adore; to venerate.
9. To perform acts of homage or adoration; esp., to perform religious service.
10. To respect; to honor; to treat with civil reverence.
morality, Mass, godliness, theology, righteousness, church, latria, hero-worship, supplication, faith, invocation, adulation, honor, fear, idolise, vespers, offering, sacred, benediction, idolisation, holiness, devotions, pietism
idolize (part of speech: verb)
worship (part of speech: verb)
devoutness, devote, ardency, faithfulness, exaltation, reverence, devotion, awe, respect, admiration, prayer, homage, piety, adoration, pray, dignify, religion, exalt, idolization, deification, cultism, veneration, duty
love (part of speech: verb)
friendliness, desire, attachment, kinship, intimacy, care, fondness, communion, tenderness, affection, romance, liking, passion, amorousness, love, infatuate, sentimentality, like, oneness, endearment, crush, cherish, infatuation
- " That's a part of the worship. - "Flash-lights from the Seven Seas", William L. Stidger Commentator: Bishop Francis J. McConnell.
- For, as of old, all true worship was to be found at the temple, so now it is only found with Christ, and with them that are in him. - "The Works of John Bunyan Volume 3", John Bunyan.
- We must not worship by dancing, drinking, building or singing; we can only worship by thinking. - "George Bernard Shaw", Gilbert K. Chesterton.