There’s no Scripture heading for this post because it’s a “rabbit trail” from the previous post. That post finished with the idea that, short of death itself, the Apostle Paul could never stop serving his Lord and God. He was, heart and soul, into “full time service.”
Every so often, we’ll hear of a young person who has surrendered to go into full time service. Usually this means that he has been called into some form of ministry, a pastorate, missions, or some other form of full time involvement.
The truth of the matter is, every true believer is called into full time service. This does not mean that we’re all called to preach or teach or some other “public” thing. The world needs Christian janitors as much as it needs preachers. It needs Christian delivery men, secretaries, plumbers. It needs Christian men and women on Monday and Tuesday and Wednesday and Thursday and Friday and Saturday, as well as on Sunday, and perhaps moreso.
If one isn’t “a Christian” on the other days of the week, does Sunday matter all that much?
Therefore, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God, 1 Corinthians 10:31.