By Mark Minnella for Charisma Magazine
Most Christians have heard that stewardship should be a significant part of their walk with the Lord, including how we spend our money and how we earn our money. Except for the act of tithing, very few view their daily financial transactions as an act of worship—maybe, because in many cases, it isn’t.
A wise man once said that everything we do is either an act of worship or an act of rebellion. If what we do is to the glory of God, and it is truly in alignment with His will as spelled out in the Bible, it is an act of worship. In contrast, those actions that are executed with disregard for, or in opposition to, God’s will would be considered an act of rebellion.