This is what I read:
"Do the most everyday and insignificant tasks knowing that God can see."
How easy it is to feel that my day to day activities and tasks are unimportant? Does anyone see or care?
Well, God does see and He knows exactly what I'm doing ...or not doing every minute of every day. And He can see into my heart.
Not only doesn He see what I'm doing but more importantly ...He knows my motives for doing what I'm doing. There's no fooling Him!
It tends to change my perspective when I remember this.
So even if I spend my day doing dishes and cleaning toilets, I can do it with the right attitude. Sometimes, I even begin to sing or ...maybe just hum a tune as I'm doing my work.
If I'm in the yard tending to the flowers, I can be thankful for their beauty. I notice little things like the hummingbird that has wandered into my yard.
When I'm sitting at my computer, I can reach out to other bloggers who may be going through a difficult time or have a sick child. I'm amazed at how God brings new people into my life each day. I'm so thankful for these special opportunities to get to know other women.
I've written out a few Bible verses that I keep within my sight at my computer to remind me of who my audience really is.
When I take this perspective, everything seems different. The ordinary and mundane are just fine with me.
How about you? Do you remind yourself who your audience really is?