Updated at: 23-06-2023 - By: Craig Huey

God commands us to do everything for his glory (1 Corinthians 10:31) and to give our all to our work (Col. 3:23). Col 3:17 instructs us to “do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus.” The Bible instructs us to “present ourselves to God as approved…” (2 Timothy 2:15). To “run in such a way as to get the prize… not like someone running aimlessly” (1 Corinthians 9:24-27) is to put one’s own actions to the test (Galatians 6:4). Verses like these encourage us to offer God nothing but our best.

Please read the previous post to get a better understanding of what it does not mean to do or give God our best. What follows should be read with the understanding that our motivation is not to earn praise or recognition for ourselves, but to glorify God by doing all that we do by relying on His grace and power rather than our own strength.

What it Means to Give God Your Best

The first step in doing your best involves surrendering your entire being to God.

Loving the Lord “with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind” (Matthew 22:37) was the greatest commandment, according to Jesus. According to this site, our best fit in ministry is the one that makes use of our full selves because that is the greatest gift we can give to God. In order to truly love God, we must give Him “all” that we are. In light of God’s generosity, it is only fitting that we offer ourselves “as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God” (Romans 12:1).

Giving God first place in your life means you are giving Him your best.

The Israelites are consistently depicted in the Old Testament as offering God the best of their harvests and livestock. God, whom we both serve, is still worthy of our first and best devotion. Not giving Him one’s full attention and focus is like giving Him the scraps.

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Doing your best means offering God your very best work.

Anything we do should be “for the glory of God” (1 Corinthians 10:31), so we should never give God less than our best. If we misrepresent Him because we didn’t put in the effort to get it right, how can we call ourselves “workmen who need not be ashamed” (2 Timothy 2:15)?

In light of these three considerations, it’s clear that we can’t serve God well if we divide our time between Him, ourselves, our jobs, and our families. Every moment of our lives should be treated as if it were God’s time. To God be the glory, no matter where we are or what we’re doing!