It’s not just a Sunday thing …

When do you give glory to God? How do you do it?

A lot of people would have to think about those questions because they practice “selective glorification.” Perhaps before a meal, they give thanks and glory to God. Maybe if God heals them or a loved one from an illness, they glorify God. Or at the birth of a child, and at Sunday church services.

The answer to the questions should be for us to glorify God in everything. In our homes, our marriages, our parenting, our friendships, our conduct at work, even how we treat other drivers during rush our.

Our lives should glorify God in all that we are and do.

“So whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God,” 1 Corinthians 10:31.

“With all my heart I will praise you, O Lord my God. I will give glory to your name forever,” Psalm 86:12.

“Forever” includes today. Is your life today being lived in a way that brings glory to God?

Scotty