June 9th, 2010


When someone says “whatever,” I think it means indifference. That’s not what Paul meant when he said, “Whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God”. Paul’s “whatever” meant total concern that all life be lived for God’s glory.
• Down to smallest detail, do all to God’s glory.
• Seek the good of many.
• The great good is that they be saved.
Judy went out of her way to spend time, care, entertain, and invite. Now her friend and husband have accepted Christ and are active in church. Dr. Larry Garmin gave up his homeland to reach Indians in the Peruvian jungle. In both cases they were “seeking the good of others, so that they may be saved.” Doing “whatever,” whatever it took “for the glory of God.”

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