"Give unto the Lord he glory due unto his name ... come before him: worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness" (1 Chronicles 16:29)
We are brought to God and to faith and to salvation that we might worship and adore Him. We do not come to God that we might be automatic Christians, cookie-cutter Christians, Christians stamped out with a die.
God has provided His salvation that we might be, individually and personally, vibrant children of God, loving God with all our hearts and worshiping Him in the beauty of holiness.
This does not mean, and I am not saying, that we must all worship alike. The Holy Spirit does not operate by anyone's preconceived idea or formula. But this I know: when the Holy Spirit of God comes among us with His anointing, we become a worshiping people.
Worship means to "express in some appropriate manner" what you feel. Now, expressing in some appropriate manner doesn't mean that we always express it in the same way all the time. And it doesn't mean that you will always express your worship in the same manner. But it does mean that it will be expressed in some manner.
~A. W. Tozer~