As well as thinking of God and thanking God, we can also—as Pastor Rosy has noted—use sport to glorify God. We often hear sportspeople say after a sporting performance in which they do well that they “give all the glory to God”. (Some may cynically wonder if the person would give glory to God if they had not done so well. But, to be fair, the media do not usually interview those who are less successful.) But what does it mean to glorify God? And can we glorify God in ways other than actually saying “we glorify God”?
To give glory to God means to speak and act in a way that gives honour to God, and which reflects his greatness.