6 Ways to Glorify God Daily
By Mei Manuel, January 31, 2017 19:01 PM
In every Christians' life, it is important to live for the glory of God every day. However, it can be difficult to honor and glorify God without the help of the Holy Spirit. We must work hand in hand with Christ and allow Him to do His mighty work within us.
It is also not enough to just be a Christian in certain days because when we become followers of Christ, we commit every single day to honor Him day in and day out.
Here are six ways that-through the inspiration and leading of the Holy Spirit-would help everyone live for the glory of God on a regular basis.
Enjoy his presence regularly. Pastor John Piper once said, "God is most glorified when we are most satisfied in Him."
Nothing pleases God more than having us grow in our relationship in Him more and more. He invites us to sit at His feet and enjoy His presence.
Grow in His Word. The Bible tells us that it is by faith that we please God. Moreover Romans 10:17 says, "So faith comes from hearing, and hearing through the word of Christ."
When we read God's Word and meditate on it everyday, we grow more in knowing Him and thus glorify Him with our actions and words.
Do what you do for His glory. 1 Corinthians 10:31 urges us saying, "So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God."
Our jobs, studies, relationships and even the seemingly mundane tasks can honour God when we do it with excellence and dedicate it to His honour.
Serve others. In a day and age that seeks to receive service, God looks to be honoured by those who seek to give service. Just as Jesus came to serve instead of be served, He calls us to live the same way every day.
Look for ways to grow and improve. Growth is life, and Jesus brings life so that when we are in Christ, we will naturally grow in every aspect. When we walk in Christ's way of growth, we honour and glorify Him in the process.
Walk in repentance. The reality is that we will not always get things right, but God calls us still to walk in repentance daily. Repentance does not simply entail saying sorry for our sins, but making a resolve to turn away from sin and wrong doing and choosing to walk in God's way instead of our own or the world's.
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