Have you ever asked yourself, “Why…?”
It seems pretty common that people ask this question. We all like answers. It is good to be informed. But there is another perspective on why someone would ask that question. Motivation.
Let me compare two sentences.
“Why is the sky blue?” vs. “Why do I go to church?”
Do you see the difference? The first question deals with facts and information. Those are great questions. Learning is good.
The second one, however, deals with motivation.
I am thoroughly convinced that a person will make time for what is important to them.
This weekend I have been challenged to seek God more than I have been. In response, I have been asking my self, “Why?”
Why do I not read my Bible more often?
Why can I only pray for a few minutes without getting distracted?
Why do I attend church?
Why do I…?
God desires me to know Him more. The Holy Spirit is a constant companion throughout my day. Jesus died for me.
Why do I do what I do? If I can sum it up in a sentence…
“I do what I do to bring glory to God.”
What are you asking yourself today?