As Christians it is important for us to demonstrate this interrelationship between our labors and their divine usefulnesss. My friend, life’s a story, stayed tuned for more on This Passing Day.
Our purpose on earth is chiefly to worship our Creator. To the unbeliever this is nothing more than foolishness. Life is so much more than singing hymns, chanting praises, and intoning prayer. If there is a God, he most certainly didn’t intend for his creation to be sitting around, sallow faced, occupying a pew day after day. Besides, they might continue, worship is so isolating. Lives need to be lived in service to our fellow man. Continual worship serves the worshiper, but has little affect on the poor, downtrodden and disparaged in this world. All of this might be a good argument for unbelief if but for one reason: worship is more than mere ceremony. Worship is an interrelationship between venerating our Creator, living the moment he has given us which may include waiting, and working hard to be useful as a Christian when our labors are needed. It is a very practical thing as Jesus demonstrated so often in his ministry.
As Christians it is important for us to demonstrate this interrelationship between our labors and their divine usefulnesss.