Devotional 10/8

Whether you eat, or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God. 1 Corinthians 10:31

Glorifying God means to acknowledge His greatness and give Him honor by praising and worshiping Him.

Lord God, may you receive our hearts praise today. We worship you for who you are, not for what you have done. We exalt you, for being the author of creation, you hold time in your hands. You simply are and we adore you. I give you praise and honor Lord, for your love and kindness, for your forgiveness and mercy, and for your restoration and transformative power. I lift up your name Lord, because you are worthy of praise and glory. I give you homage, because you alone are God. You deserve the glory and the praise,  you created everything that is seen and even the invisible. You created the heavens and earth, and you tell the waters to rest at the shore. Who can understand you? Who can counsel you? Who can stand before your holy presence?

I feel honored to know that if you do nothing else in my life, you still deserve the glory for creating the universe and everything in it; for sending your Son in exchange for my life, and for giving me life; and keeping me alive and well. I thank you for your word, for my church, my job and family. I give you glory for my family, and my friends who are some sense of comfort when lives gets heavy. And I thank you for my personality, and my mind; I love how different I am, so I thank you for it. I read an article, which said that it’s good to pray because you give us the help and we give you the glory. So I want to ask you to reveal your love to all of us. I see a lot of people fall into condemnation and run from you because they have a perception of you which is not completely accurate. I ask you to give them your help, so that their lives may glorify you. Reveal yourself to us more each day, and let us not wander from your commands. I pray for renewed desires to pray and seek your face. I pray that as we read the word and spend time in your presence we are growing in conviction, understanding and knowledge. In Jesus name, Amen.

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