Saturday, November 14, 2015


I Cor. 10:31 Whatever you eat or drink or whatever you do, you must do all for the glory of God.

This is a very challenging statement when you stop and really think about it. We do a lot of things daily in our lives. We eat, drink, work, play, entertain, be entertained, talk, think, write, read, etc. We do these things and give very little thought to them. They are natural parts of life and we don't consider whether or not they bring glory to God.

Let's be honest about it. Rarely do we actually consider whether or not what we do brings glory or honor to God. Yet, that is what we are told we should do in today's verse. Consider what you normally do in a day's time and whether or not you do those things in a manner that honors God.

What this means to me is that I need to be living so close to God that I would not naturally do anything that would be a poor reflections on the Lord. If I am living righteously then I have no cause to be embarrassed or ashamed of my living. We need to be like Job who stood on the solid foundation of his righteous living. In spite of what others said about him, he knew that he lived doing what is right in God's eyes. He was not careless about his soul, but always guarded it from evil.

Start each day off right and ask the Lord to help you that in whatever you do you will bring glory to God.

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