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WHATEVER you eat or drink or whatever you do, you must do all for the glory of God.
We need to obey God's command to "about turn" and then "forward march" to live for the glory of God.
The key passage, though by no means the only one in Paul's letters, is Rom 15:7: "Therefore, welcome one another, in the same way that Christ welcomed you for the glory of God (38) (15:7-9).
The national gathering has as its goal to "identify, celebrate, energize, and set an agenda to motivate intergenerational black Catholic women who minister in church and society for the glory of God and the spiritual and social liberation of black peoples," Chappell says.
One should pray first for the glory of God, then for salvation and, finally, for the public and private good.
In one of his deadpan pronouncements transforming the high-minded past into the language and thought of consumer culture, Koons explained, "When you go to church and you see the gold and the Rococo, it's there, they say, for the glory of God.
She had played for the Glory of God and doubtless, she continues to do so in Heaven.
Jesus wants us to give to the poor, to pray, and to fast, but these acts of piety should be directed towards God, done for the glory of God and not for show or for the purpose of being seen and recognized by others.