Genesis 24:52 (NLT) 52 When Abraham’s servant heard their answer, he bowed down to the ground and worshiped the Lord.
In a brief narrative about Abraham’s servant, we see how worship of the Lord came as a very frequent, very consistent, and very common practice to him. He sees God’s hand working in his life and prayer, and he always remembers to acknowledge God. Others may see things as coincidence; a worshiper sees God’s hand behind fulfillment of requests and prayers. They don’t have to be big miracles; we see the hand of God even behind smallest of things.
It is a common knowledge that Abraham was a worshiper of God, but we barely hear people speak about Abraham’s servant. One of the things we thank God for is He does not disqualify servants from worshiping him. Worship is not just a privilege given to the rich, influential, powerful few but even those seen by society as the lowliest among us.
Praise God; He doesn’t play favorites. He does not discriminate. We don’t have to be a rocket scientist to be a person who would be qualified and allowed to worship God. We don’t have to be “A” students; we don’t have to be a famous person; we don’t have to belong to a certain income bracket; we don’t have to possess certain count of accolades, trophies, medals, and awards.
Everyone is called and invited to worship God. What a privilege. What an honor.