Monday, June 22, 2015

Do All

If you are looking for the posts about
God's Amazing Blessing
Announcement—I'm moving!

here's the link to the first Part: 

Then follow the arrows at the bottom of each post to the next Part.
There are 10 parts in all.

I recommend that you read each part, there are amazing details—
and God took care of each and every one! 


This post is the continuation of my Study of Colossians.   
And whatever you do [no matter what it is] in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus and in [dependence upon] His Person, giving praise to God the Father through Him. Colossians 3:17 (AMP)
Do all.
As I think about ALL I do each day... from the time I get up until I go to bed... that's a lot of "all". 
First look at "word": that includes talking, emails, twitter, Facebook, texting, any and all communication. Think about that last picture you posted on Facebook, or that last RT on twitter — Do all.
Then look at "deed": actions, behavior, achievement, endeavor, no matter what I'm doing, each and every action —Do all.

Do all in the name of the Lord Jesus 
Do it all because he requires and commands it, and with a desire to honor him. His authority should be the warrant; his glory the aim of all our actions and words. Albert Barnes' Notes on the Whole Bible
There is no act, however little, which Christ does not see and touch; there is no affection, talent, energy on which He does not put His hand and say, “That is mine,” and which may not be transformed into a worship as sincere as that of the communion; no step we can take in life over which He does not watch, and which may not be made a step on the road that brings us nearer Him; no time here or hereafter when it will not be a delightful duty to “do all in the name of the Lord Jesus.” J. Macgregor
Wherever we are called to work we must dedicate the labours of our hands or our brain to God, doing all in the name of the Lord Jesus. H. J. W. Buxton
Do All. 
The only way to DO ALL in the name of the Lord and honor Him is with a heart that is permeated with a deep sense of reverence for God (Acts 9:31; MSG).

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