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October 4, 2021: Daily Dose of Discernment

So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God. (1 Corinthians 10:31)

This oft-quoted verse is a useful guide in the Christian life, a powerful general reminder for everyone to have pure motives in everything they do.

The context in which it was written, though, is very specific. Paul states it as a conclusion to his discourse on how to conduct oneself in relation to others. The bottom line is that even if all things are lawful, not all things are profitable and not all edify. His instruction is for no one to seek his own good, but that of his neighbor, to build them up and not give offense to them. Then he concludes by saying that all things should be done for the glory of God. He’s practically saying that seeking the good of our neighbor and not our own gives glory to God. That’s Christianity 101 right there.


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