In whichever religion you practice you are expected to have a personal relationship with your God (divine). This relationship should be personal and sacred. You are expected to acknowledge and praise him always, in which ever way your believe requires. For example; praying, spreading his word, attend church.
Sacred time is cyclical, returning to its origins for renewal. By recalling and ritually reliving the deeds of the gods and ancestors, we enter into the sacred time in which they live. In native religions, sacred space may encompass a great mountain, a volcano, a valley, a lake, a forest, a single large tree, or some other striking natural site. For Black Elk and his people, after the Lakota had moved west, it was Harney Peak in South Dakota. In Australia aboriginal religion, Uluru has served as a sacred center. In Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro and other high mountains have been considered sacred spaces (Molloy, 2011chp.2).