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As a woman who wants to follow Jesus in her everyday life, you yearn for intimacy with God. You long to know His presence, to be satisfied in heart and soul, but you don’t know how. You feel like you’re trudging through your days, making sure you’re doing everything you can for Him . . . but you can’t shake the feeling that something is missing.

Linda Dillow understands. She longed for depth of intimacy with God, but in the middle of a busy and complicated life, realized that she’d settled for serving Him. And when our actions for God are our primary focus, we miss the extraordinary honor of getting to be with Him. So how can we be with Him? Through a life of worship.

True worship is both a specific act and a lifestyle. As you learn what it means to bow your knee (the act of worship), you’ll gain a renewed intimacy with God. And as you learn to bow your thoughts, words, work, attitudes, will, and even pain (the lifestyle of worship), you’ll be drawn into God’s holy and life-giving presence—the place where He will truly satisfy your thirsty soul.

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As a woman who wants to follow Jesus in her everyday life, you yearn for intimacy with God. You long to know His presence, to be satisfied in heart and soul, but you don’t know how. You feel like you’re trudging through your days, making sure you’re doing everything you can for Him . . . but you can’t shake the feeling that something is missing.

Linda Dillow understands. She longed for depth of intimacy with God, but in the middle of a busy and complicated life, realized that she’d settled for serving Him. And when our actions for God are our primary focus, we miss the extraordinary honor of getting to be with Him. So how can we be with Him? Through a life of worship.

True worship is both a specific act and a lifestyle. As you learn what it means to bow your knee (the act of worship), you’ll gain a renewed intimacy with God. And as you learn to bow your thoughts, words, work, attitudes, will, and even pain (the lifestyle of worship), you’ll be drawn into God’s holy and life-giving presence—the place where He will truly satisfy your thirsty soul.