Thinking Out Loud

November 18, 2008

Making Ourselves Invisible

Filed under: Christianity, Faith, theology — Tags: , , — paulthinkingoutloud @ 9:12 pm

Lenae from Minnesota blogs at Lenae’s Front Porch Musings.   Yesterday she wrote:

One of my frequent prayers is based on 1 Corinthians 10:31, asking that whether I eat or drink or whatever I do, that it all be done for the glory of God. Within the pages of my favorite daily devotional, My Utmost for His Highest, Oswald Chambers’ words brought new dimension to this verse for me.

Chambers writes, “If you are properly devoted to the Lord Jesus, you have reached the lofty height where no one would ever notice you personally. All that generic_avataris noticed is the power of God coming through you all the time. To be utterly unnoticeable requires God’s Spirit in us making us absolutely humanly His. Our purpose should be to display the glory of God in human life (November 16 devotional).”

Father, help us to seek to be utterly unnoticeable so your glory can be displayed in whatever we do. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Here’s an original post I wrote on the same subject on April 1st this year.   Well, somebody wrote it.  I already forgot to try to be unnoticeable…

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