Our voices, our service, and our abilities are to be employed, primarily, for the glory of God.”
Billy Graham knew this well. For over seventy years, he taught it and most importantly, he lived it. As Christians, we know this to be true. Scripture, tells us, “So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.” (1 Corinthians 23)
We know this but if we were to take spiritual inventory, could we honestly say that we live our lives honoring God in all that we do? We are human, after all, and we fall short. We do not doubt that we honor God in obvious ways; prayer, service to others, etc., but how about the things we may consider little that are not little at all in His eyes?
Our Daily Routine
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