Read Acts 2:38-47.

“And they, continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, did eat their meat with gladness and singleness of heart” (v. 46).

Worship is a lifestyle. The Christians in the Early Church understood this. The idea of “continuing daily” is that they were constantly diligent in their worship. Whether they went to the Temple every day- which seems very likely- or found a place or attitude of worship every day, those Christians knew the concept and practice of lifestyle worship.
I knew a man who has since gone to Heaven, who seemed to live in the presence of God. He talked about God, he lived like Jesus, and when he prayed, he had an open line to the throne of grace.
While none of us may be exactly like the man to whom I refer, the reality is all of us have the privilege of worship, not just on Sunday and not just in a church building, but we have the privilege of worship wherever we go. (MDA)
Take the name of Jesus ever,
As a shield from ev’ry snare.
If temptations round you gather,
breathe that holy name in prayer.

O the precious name of Jesus!
How it thrills our souls with joy,
When His loving arms receive us,
and His songs our tongues employ!
--- Lydia Baxter