This week we come to admit that sometimes our hearts grow cold. We may have some sort of spirituality or faith, but honestly, God seems like a distant relative we see only at weddings and funerals. And so, we might conclude this whole church thing is irrelevant. The value equation doesn’t work. We’ve got better or more pressing things to do. Right? Maybe. Yet there is an itch within us, a restlessness, about who we are, why we are here, the purpose of our lives, and where the future takes us. We are all looking for meaning, purpose, and hope. Where do we find it? Psalm 95 is a portion of Scripture that helps us find our way when we’re disheartened, disillusioned, maybe wandering, and maybe worrying about our indifference to Jesus. It is an invitation to worship.