Connected … for Forty Days – Week Six

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I Corinthians 10:31

So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.
How do we do that? How do we bring glory to the One Who is the fullness of it? What could we possibly bring to the table that would be worthy of God Himself? Truth be told, without God intervening on our behalf, we couldn’t do anything – let alone ALL things – to the glory of Him. Without God making a deposit of His divine glory within us, we would have no means by which to glorify Him. Once again, God is the source that enables us to do what He commands us to do. [Matthew 5:16]
God places His light within us when we accept His Son as Our Lord and Savior. And then He gives us opportunities to shine that light into the darkness that surrounds us. Prayers of hope shine light into the darkness. In fact, virtually all prayer acts like a lighthouse that keeps drawing us towards God, uniting us with our safe harbor, and bringing us home to Our Father’s throne room. And when we approach God in prayer with all confidence we are reflecting His faithfulness. When we approach God in prayer on behalf of others, we are reflecting His compassion. When we ask God for forgiveness, we are humbling ourselves and magnifying Him. Because God has revealed Himself to us – has shed light on Who He is and what He is able to do – we can walk in that light. And as we walk uprightly before Him, putting His Will before our own, He is glorified. He is lifted up. He is exalted. [Please take some time to exalt the Lord in prayer.]

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