Wednesday in the Word

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By Emmy McKirgan

This scripture is so important to remember in our day-to-day lives. It challenges us to keep on keeping on. It doesn’t encourage us to look out for #1. Instead, it tells us to work for the common good.

It’s vital to know that the kingdom of God is not like any other kingdom. God doesn’t say, “He with the most toys wins.” He says the opposite. We can’t take any of it with us. There is no need to amass wealth, power, and popularity. Instead, we must work together that we look out for one another. If you see someone without and you have the means to supply it – do it!

God sees these things as acts of worship. Imagine you paying for someone’s coffee or lunch is an act of worship to God? You give a hand at your local shelter, or the food bank is singing praise to God.

But perhaps the one that spoke the most to me is the last verse. The things you do, your actions, and your attitude matter! Whether in the kitchen, workplace, and the streets. This is talking about everyday life – not just what you do on a Sunday in church.

God sees it all as worship. How are you worshiping God while working for the common good? Or have you forgotten that it’s not all about us? That there is more to life than striving. He wants to bless us immensely – we just have to focus on Him first, then those around us, and He will do the rest.

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“Consequently, faith comes from hearing
the message, and the message is heard through the word about Christ.”
~ Romans 10:17

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