What do I have to offer, and what can God accomplish through someone like me?
There are two calls that come to everyone. We each will make a choice.
The apostle Peter quotes a passage from Psalm 34, a psalm of David, to provide us the way to loving life and seeing good days, complete with a blessing and a warning we must not ignore.
We must be concerned about our physical clothing, but we must also be concerned about our spiritual clothing to show whose we are.
As Christians, we strive daily to “walk in a manner worthy of the calling to which we have been called,” as Paul urged the church at Ephesus to do 2,000 years ago. Satan works hard every day to prevent man from accepting salvation through Jesus, showing God’s love in our actions, or spreading God’s love…
Everyone is to be a servant of God. We ought to always be looking for opportunities to improve our service to God and each other.
This is Labor Day weekend, an opportunity to be reminded of the God-given blessing we receive from our work. At least one-third of our live is spent in the nobility of work, in which we are to glorify God, regardless of the task.