Today in the cell group, our speaker shared with us the last chapter of Tozer's The Pursuit of God. It talks about the "Sacrament of Living" ~ the outward expression of the inward grace. Tozer pointed out that many people live a dual character life: a. a Sunday Christian, b. a Monday to Saturday hedonist. They remember that there’s such a thing called Bible and to put on their righteous hat only on Sundays. For the rest of the days, it’s about business, achievements, eating and partying.
It’s quite impossible to live and enjoy both lives. Look at it as a mathematical equation, neither is A = to B (which means you’re either one or the other), nor do both A + B sum up to a peaceful life. You see there’s an identity crisis going on there. People want to believe in God, yet they crave for the desires of the world. And God says, it’s either you love Me or the world. The book states that as believers of Christ, we can find our identity as sons and daughters of God.
This is our identity.
We are here to worship our God and glorify Him forever.
Everyday is a worship day. Every place (He is omnipresent) is a worship place. We need not limit the holy days to Sundays and the holy places to churches.
Are you living a holy life in school?
Are you a good testimony at work or in your business?
Do you have a loving relationship with you family?
Do you show your love to your parents?
For the six out of seven days when you are away from your Christian bros and sis, are you glorifying God?