“So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.” (1 Cor 10:31)
As I sit on a plane headed to Denver to spend sometime with my family, I ran right across this verse. lt was not particularly what “I” planned to contemplate as I’m in the middle of some theological writings, but alas l keep coming back to with a yearning heart.
What are the implications in our daily lives if we take this verse literally? (I read this as a prescription)
The first implication that immediately jumps out at me is the fact that my life is not my own. We can see this weaved in and out of the NT, the idea of complete sacrifice to God, our lives. Paul points out that your life is not your own, but to be used to preach the Gospel.
(1 Cor 10:31)
Has the gospel gripped you to the point that you will do whatever it takes (short of sin) to spread the good news?
What situations do you find yourself in, where you don’t glorify God? What about when you do? What in the circumstance changes?
Do you feel like you glorify God in your daily life? If not, are you trying to earn God’s favor or are you worshiping?
Just some thoughts at 10,000 ft. in a tuna can.