So how really do we live in a way where we worship God for the whole week and not just on Sundays?
We have to understand that God can be glorified in anything we do. (Anything that’s not a sin obviously… God can’t be glorified if you’re disobeying your parents, stealing burritos, or punching senior citizens in the face.)
In order to worship God in all we do (at work, school, cleaning toilets, cleaning up the dog’s poop), you need to do two things:
1. Include one of the two parts of worship (praise and thanks)
2. Live like Christ
Including the two parts of worship is a simple concept – just praise and thank God for all the stuff you can while at your job, school, etc.
If you want to worship God (praise & thanks) at your job, then constantly be giving thanks for things like having a job and having the ability to perform the job. Praise God for His graciousness for giving you the job, for His patience with you if you mess up, for His faithfulness for allowing you to keep that job. Do something similar when mowing your lawn, taking out the dog, or washing the dishes.
The second part, Living like Christ, is living out these things in a way pleasing to God.
So what do we do?
If you’re at your job, then you worship God by acting Christ-like at your job. Be punctual, honest, hard-working, loving of your co-workers, stuff like that.
When you’re doing chores around the house, same thing. Do a good job, be patient and loving of your family members, be humble.
And a quick and easy way to measure if you are living like Christ is to see if you’re showing the fruit of the spirit (love, joy, peace, patience, etc.) while you are doing these everyday things.
Show patience in traffic, love with annoying co-workers, self-control with eating, kindness at the grocery store, peace while paying your bills.
In this way, we worship God everyday of the week, and not just Sundays.
RO 12:1 Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God–this is your spiritual act of worship.  Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is–his good, pleasing and perfect will.
Take time to pray: Ask God to help you live your life as worship.
Today’s Fruit of the Spirit: All of them, just try to incorporate them in all aspects of life.