*With our mind we routinely study God's Word, contemplate His Being, and rejoice in His goodness. We also bring every thought--the good and the bad--into captivity to the obedience of Christ (2 Timothy 2:15; Psalm 46:10; Philippians 4:8; 2 Corinthians 10:5).
*With our heart and soul/spirit we seek and invite God's presence and revelation, for more of God is revealed to those who vigilantly pursue more of God. Our spirit yearns to press beyond merely talking to God toward conversing with Him, listening to Him, worshiping Him, and ultimately being in His transforming Presence (Proverbs 25:2; Psalm 25:5; Jeremiah 29:11-13; 33:3; Luke 24:45; John 16:13-14).
*With our strength/body we remove ourselves from distractions and humble ourselves in appropriate postures, places, and activities that invite true humility and focus, showing our King that we wholly comprehend our place in His Kingdom and in this world. The result of disciplining our body toward active fellowship with God is "worshiping in spirit and in truth" as our spirit is drawn to the very Spirit of Truth, for a true heart of worship is only developed by the sincerity of the heart in worship (Luke 5:16; John 4:21-24).
*Being that God is love, we cannot in fact love our neighbors properly until we love ourselves properly, which can only be done by allowing the Spirit of God to help us love ourselves as only He can love us. Many confuse "loving our neighbors as ourselves" with the idea of treating others as you want to be treated. But loving others in godly love moves far beyond selfish notions of humane kindness (1 John 4:7-21).