Today, in Psalm 50, God tells us to call upon Him in times of trouble. To thank Him and to make our vows to Him. And to call for His strength and might in our times of trial.
Listen to what verses 14-15 say:
Offer to God a sacrifice of thanksgiving, and perform your vows to the Most High, and call upon me in the day of trouble; I will deliver you, and you shall glorify me.”
He has saved us, literally and figuratively, for that purpose. To glorify Him. To give Him praise and glory.
Because He is worthy of that praise and of that glory. He is worthy.
So, let’s tell the story. Let’s tell the story of how He has saved us. Let’s give voice to the ways that He has changed our lives for the better. Let’s talk about what He has done for us.
Does this mean you have to pin your co-worker or classmate down and make them become a Christian?
But, do your words glorify Jesus? Do our actions bring glory to His name? Do we let our lives honor Him?
Can others tell the difference that Jesus has made in our lives? He has saved us. He has restored us. He has rescued us. He has changed us.
For this purpose. For this reason. To give Him glory.
Today, in our lives, we give God glory through action through, word, action, and deed. He has saved us.
May we glorify Him.
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