Bishop Neil C. Ellis, in his book Pursuing the Glory, makes a very interesting suggestion about the language of heaven, which is "Holy, Holy, Holy." He says, "Most people do not speak the language of heaven because they do not want to live the language of heaven." He goes on to suggest that many people don't want to be reminded of their true identity in God, so they make the choice not to speak the language. Could it be this is why some believers have a problem with true worship? They have no problem coming to church; they just choose not to participate in the fellowship, freedom, and transformation that worship in spirit and in truth brings. We serve a holy God who has called us to holiness. That word "holiness" scares some people because it conjures up in our minds a set of religious rules. But God has called us to be like Him; He has made us a royal priesthood - a holy nation (I Peter 2:9). He has called us to holiness and called us to worship Him. May all who fear be no longer fearful, but set free to experience His power and presence found in surrendered worship. Where do you start? With prayer, and with a made up mind to give God the sincere worship He deserves.