“And whatever you do or say, do it as a representative of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks through Him to God the Father…..work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people.”
Colossians 3:17, 23
Often, worship is only thought of as something that is done on Sunday mornings, as a singing offering to God. Of course that is partly true, but worship is so much more than just singing songs on a Sunday morning. Worship is a lifestyle. It is a decision to include God in everything we are doing through deed, action and in all we say; we glorify God and give Him praise by living for Him.
We must remember that we are Christ’s ambassadors in all we do. We are His hands and His feet on this earth. We are His spokesmen to tell the world about Him. We are the light to direct people back to Jesus. These attributes are not bound by the four walls of church. We are all these things in everything we do, in every place and in every situation. If Christ is at the center of what we are doing, then that is true worship. And that is how God wants us to live.
As we go to work, school, university, or at home, in all we do, let us remember that we are living for Christ. May we include God in everything we do and allow Him to lead, guide and provide us with all the tools we need to do whatever we are doing for Him. Christ in everything we do and say.