One of my favorite songs is "A Different Way" which states in the chorus that "no matter what road you may be walking come to Jesus today and you'll leave a different way". Our personal worship should indeed change the way we leave so that every time we come to God we leave different.
God instructed the people to leave through a different gate. I thought about this some and I asked myself "why would someone choose the north gate to come into the worship area instead of the south or east gate?" The obvious answer to me was that it was closer to their house. Most often, we take the easiest route. If we have to choose between walking 15 minutes or taking a 2 minute car ride, in most cases we will opt for the car ride. I don't think there's anything wrong with that, but that attitude of ease-first ought not enter into our relationship with God. Sometimes going God's way takes more time and is less convenient. But I don't think that's why God told them to take a different gate in leaving.
No matter what road you may be walking come to Jesus today and you'll leave a different way.