Tom's is the true and safe answer.

I'll like to add more to what is meant by glorifying God as it relates to sanctification. I'll probably just ask more questions than answering. Paul says that we should work out our salvation in Phillipians. I think he is referring to our sanctification with the statement, not our justification.

So glorifying God as part of the sanctification process (work) includes our obedience, our dependence, our desire to follow God's commands which demonstrates our love, though we will fail miserably in doing so as we still have our sin nature. One of the commands is being use as a means for furthering His Kingdom. Therefore a part of our sanctification is involvement in discipleship, and growing the Kingdom.

Just some thoughts.


John Chaney

"having been firmly rooted and now being built up in Him and established in your faith . . ." Colossians 2:7