To the Glory of God


Can you imagine what it would look like to do everything for the glory of God?

1 Corinthians 10:31-32

"Therefore, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God. Give no offense, either to the Jews or to the Greeks or to the church of God," NKJV

Can you imagine what it would look like to do everything for the glory of God? Everything--not just worship on Sunday mornings, but every aspect of life dedicated to glorifying our Lord. As you step out of bed in the morning, your mind is praising the Lord for His mercies. As you eat, you are thanking God for the food He has provided. As you sit in a traffic jam, you are singing praises to God for your life and that opportunity to be still and know He is God. Yes, anything and everything can be a sweet offering to our Lord when we purpose in our hearts to glorify His Name.

Of course, some people may not appreciate your attitude or diligent work. But friend, it won't matter because you're doing it for the glory of God and not for the approval of others. Your purpose and meaning are to glorify our Lord and He is blessed as you serve Him with all your heart. So whatever you do in the course of your day, set your mind on glorifying God and watch as He uses you to be a blessing to others and a witness of His grace.

Life Lesson: Do all that you do for the glory of God.

Dear God,
Thank You for Your amazing grace and the love You have shown me. Lord, fill me with Your Spirit and equip me to do everything for Your glory whether great or small. May my heart and mind be focused on You today and use me to share Your goodness with a world in need. May my life bless You today. In Jesus' name, Amen.

Time Is Not on Your Side
David McGee
God's Text About Sex
David McGee
Grow Stronger in the Lord
David McGee
The Incorruptible Seed Sprouts into Our Final Victory
David McGee
I'm Only Visiting Earth: Trials
David McGee
Follow Us

Want to access more exclusive iDisciple content?

Upgrade to a Giving Membership today!

Already a member? Login to iDisciple