• Tom

1 Corinthians 10:31

“So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do everything for the glory of God.“


The church at Corinth was in conflict, with different factions insisting on their own way. We have not changed much 21 centuries after Jesus taught what the Christian life should entail. Thinking of how much spiritual energy is wasted in the church that does not glorify God should remind us how to better focus our devotion.


Prayer - God of all we do, forgive us for our petty squabbles and conflicts that divert our attention from the source of all that is good in our lives. May we always keep at the forefront of our minds to do all we do from the simplest tasks to the most complex projects for Your glory. Amen


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