Read 2 Chronicles 11 today.

If you missed yesterday’s reading of 2 Chronicles 10, you should read it also as it relates the significant story of the split between the northern and southern tribes of Israel. This division impacts everything that follows.
2 Chronicles 11:13-17 NLT[13] But all the priests and Levites living among the northern tribes of Israel sided with Rehoboam. [14] The Levites even abandoned their pasturelands and property and moved to Judah and Jerusalem, because Jeroboam and his sons would not allow them to serve the LORD as priests. [15] Jeroboam appointed his own priests to serve at the pagan shrines, where they worshiped the goat and calf idols he had made. [16] From all the tribes of Israel, those who sincerely wanted to worship the LORD, the God of Israel, followed the Levites to Jerusalem, where they could offer sacrifices to the LORD, the God of their ancestors. [17] This strengthened the kingdom of Judah, and for three years they supported Rehoboam son of Solomon, for during those years they faithfully followed in the footsteps of David and Solomon.
In verse 15, we find that Jeroboam setup pagan shrines, where the people could worship goat and calf idols. He had been exiled in Egypt for a time, and while we may not be able to determine this with great certainty, it is likely that he developed his practice of worshipping these idols during his time there.
This suggests to me that we need to beware of the worship practices of those around us, as they may influence us more than we realize. We should also recognize that most of our worship is not something that takes place in the midst of a formal worship setting. If we want to know what we really worship, we need to consider the things or desires that seem to be foundational to us and how much of our time and priorities we dedicate to them. The culture in which we are immersed influences what or whom we worship. Where is your worship focused?