We can never lose the ability…

We can never lose the ability to glorify God.

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We all feel the desire to be valuable and useful — to feel that our life is needed and making a positive difference.

Is it really possible to feel that in any job? In every place we live? How do we sustain a sense of purpose all the time?

He [God] has mercy upon us, and guides every event of our careers. He is near to them who adore Him.

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Every moment, with every thought, is the opportunity to know and glorify God.

God is infinite! God is not more present in one place than another. We are as one with God right here, right now, as we ever can be.

Are you looking for a change in circumstances? Look to God for a change in thought!

A new outlook, a new understanding of God, can refresh, motivate and sustain a higher sense of purpose.

The Spirit of God has made me; the breath of the Almighty gives me life.

You are the living witness to God. God’s Spirit is living in you, moving in you. You have the right to be fearless and care-free.

Arise, shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the LORD has risen upon you.

Cultivate a sense of awe — an awe-inspiring awareness — of how God is loving and caring for you today.

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1 Unity of Good by Mary Baker Eddy, p. 3
2 Job 33:4 NIV
3 Isaiah 60:1 ESV

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4 thoughts on “We can never lose the ability…

  1. Thanks, Lindsey, for this wonderful reminder of our purpose to glorify God. I love your answer to the quest of looking for a change of circumstances — good ideas to ponder.

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    1. Thanks for your feedback, Jacquie! I’m glad the ideas are helpful to you! Lots of love

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  2. Dear Lindsey,

    Thank you for a very inspiring posting. Much appreciated.

    Love to you all. Frank.

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    1. You’re welcome! Great to hear from you. 🙂

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