Read Matthew 9:13 and consider what God might be instructing you. How can you show mercy in your day-to-day life to honor God?
Paul didn’t belittle his qualifications, but he had the humility to recognize that the accolades for his achievements belonged to the Lord.
Read about the people mentioned in Romans 1:21. By contrast, let us be the ones who DO honor and give thanks to the Lord.
Think of the last time you were under pressure about something. How can you handle life’s pressure cooker in a way that honors God?
When you have a bad day, do you still acknowledge God’s blessings? If not, why not?
When was the last time that you gave God credit publicly for something he did in your life?
Even as followers of Christ, our behavior may not always honor God, and we can certainly disappoint him, but he will never stop loving us.
What can you do today to keep your pride in check and turn the spotlight to God, instead of highlighting yourself?
The Edomites from Obadiah’s book took pride in their high position. No matter how lofty your aspirations are, God is the one who is supreme!
In what ways does your everyday life bring honor to God? What are some areas where the Holy Spirit is convicting your heart to improve?