Your Job Today

You’ve got a job today. You’ve got something you are supposed to do.

Now, yes, you’ve got tasks that you are supposed to accomplish.  You’ve got duties with work, with family, with community, with so many things in your life.

These are important. These are things you have to do. But, they were not what you were made for. You were made for something specific and with purpose from God. God made you for relationship, with Him, and with other people.

And He made you to worship Him. Every moment of your life, every moment you breath, every moment you are here, you were made to worship. That’s your job today. To give worship and praise to Him. To glorify Him in everything you do. That’s your highest purpose.

Above everything on your to do list. Above all the stuff you’ve got going on. Above anything that’s going to pop up on your radar.

You were made to give praise to God.

Listen to the words of Psalm 148:

Praise the Lord!
Praise the Lord from the heavens!
Praise him from the skies!
Praise him, all his angels!
Praise him, all the armies of heaven!
Praise him, sun and moon!
Praise him, all you twinkling stars!
Praise him, skies above!
Praise him, vapors high above the clouds!
Let every created thing give praise to the Lord,
for he issued his command, and they came into being.
He set them in place forever and ever.
His decree will never be revoked.

Let every created thing give praise to God.

So, today, give praise to God with your actions. With your words.  With all that you are.  With every fiber of your being.

That’s what you were made for. That’s what you were created for. To praise Him.

Today, may we praise the Lord!

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