The highest purpose we as individuals can have is to be so totally absorbed in the person of God that we view all of life through eyes filled with His wonder and glory. The Apostle Paul articulated it well when he said to the Church at Corinth, we are to “…glorify God in your (our) body” (1 Corinthians 6:20). Later, in 10:31, he reiterated this same point when he said, “…whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.” Paul also prayed for those in Ephesus, who were of like precious faith, that they might experience “…glory in the church” (Ephesians 3:21). When there is “glory” in the church, people will hunger and thirst for righteousness, their hearts will be aflame with a need to serve God and their community will be affected by their constant desire to share Christ. “Glory in the church” is the very presence of God so actively at work among His people that they live to honor and praise His holy name. It’s when the people of God recognize they were created for His glory (Isaiah 43:7) and “Ascribe to the Lord the glory due His name…” (1 Chronicles 16:29). The church that glorifies God makes it their passion to know Him, manifests its priority to live Him and maximizes its purpose to share Him. Christ Life Fellowship Church exists that the life of Christ might be manifest in His people and in His church that the world may know and glorify Him.