“So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do everything for the glory of God.”1 Corinthians 10:31
Our days are usually pretty full. We do thousands of tasks. We work, study, exercise, among many other activities.
It happens that we often treat certain tasks, because they are not ministerial, as if they are unimportant and as if we don’t need to dedicate ourselves to them in the same way as we serve in our ministries.
It is about everything we do
From eating, to getting up or eating, we must do EVERYTHING for the Glory of God.
It’s not an easy task, in fact, it’s a change of thinking about life that implies new habits. In praying before something, or thinking “I’m not doing this for myself, nor for people, but for the Lord”.
It is about doing everything with excellence, as for the Lord and with love, so that we can manifest the Glory of God through each attitude, each smile or function performed, whether at work, when relating to our families or in our daily routines.
I wanted to invite you to pray with me right now, asking that, through each of our attitudes, we may reflect the Glory of God.
Remembering that you don’t have to repeat the prayer exactly as I’m going to leave it here, because each of us has a specific way of communicating with the Lord. But if you want to accompany me, it will be a pleasure. Feel free to speak your own way.
“Our God and Father, we thank You for this day and for the breath of life that You has given us.
Holy Spirit come be with us, helping us and transforming us, so that through each attitude we can express the Glory of God. That as we speak, as we relate, as we work, and in all that we do, we may convey Your Kingdom values of love, integrity, righteousness, mercy, and justice.
Let no flesh boast, let no “I” draw more attention than You Lord through our lives. May we always recognize Your action, Your will, Your goodness, Your government and Your Sovereignty. Lord, May You always be the first in everything we do.
Help us on this day and on all the others in our lives.
We pray in Jesus name,
Grace and peace,