God is not just God on a Sunday in the services that we hold up and down the country –  God is a God of the every day.  Yes, He is there when we meet together in church, but He is ever present with us.  He is there in the mundane things of life, the cooking, the cleaning, the washing up.  He is there with those who go out to work in order to earn a living to provide for the necessities of life.  All these things are necessary and all part of the Kingdom of God, and just as important as what we do on a Sunday.

The Apostle Paul says to the Corinthians that we are all part of one body and one part cannot say to another “I don’t need you”.  We are all necessary for effective working out of God’s plans.  Paul also says that the parts of the body which seem to be weaker are indispensable and that we should have concern for each other.  We should not think ourselves greater than anyone else.  Everyone has their own part to play in God’s Kingdom, whether it is serving in a church setting, in the home or in the workplace,  The thing God asks of us is that whatever task He has called us to do, we do to the best of our ability, so that we impact the area in which we live and work, and the glory goes to God.