“For such is the will of God that by doing right you may silence the ignorance of foolish men” (1 Peter 2:15).
Doing right by our faith isn’t the occasional performance of a few religious acts – going to church on Sunday, attending Bible Study, praying when a reason to do so presents itself, or conjuring up a “spiritualized” vocabulary when you run into your pastor. This compartmentalized approach to the Christian faith is a far cry from the desires of the One who has redeemed us. His rightful jurisdiction lays claim to every segment and moment of our lives. The One who has given us all things demands all things. He wants nothing from us, but us. Let’s do it up right.