Genesis 4:26 And to Seth, to him also there was born a son; and he called his name Enos: then began men to call upon the name of the Lord.
We see in these two Scriptures the result of a broken fellowship and relationship with the Father and yet we see that God is calling mankind back to fellowship with Him. No matter how far a nation will turn away from the Father, He will try tp get that nation to repent and if it will not He will keep a remnant with a heart after Him.
Because of the innocence of Adam’s heart before the fall, we could actually say that everything he did was an “act of worship” and everywhere he went was a “place of worship.” This again is an Old Testament shadow of New Testament truth and substance.
In Adam’s sin we see the progression of separation from the Father. First, he was not sensitive to the voice of God and stopped hearing the voice of the Father and listened to other voices. Secondly, he no longer was submissive to the will of God but desired his own will. Thirdly, he was no longer obedient to the Word of God but became obedient to the words of another.
One minute everything Adam did was a selfless act of worship and the next minute everything he did was an act of selfishness. One minute everywhere Adam stood was a place of pure worship and the next minute everywhere Adam stood was a place of fallen nature, infected with the sin and death of disobedience.
In the blood atonement of our Lord Jesus Christ and through His resurrection we have the right to be called the “sons of God.” With that right comes the power and right to walk as a son. In walking as a “son of God” we have the ability because God's righteousness on us and His Holy Spirit within us, to walk as Adam did before his rebellion and have that daily relationship and fellowship with the Father. In doing so everything we do can be an act of worship and everywhere we go can be a place of worship because where we place our feet is holy ground.