Psalm 71:14 But as for me, I will hope continually, And will praise Thee yet more and more.

There’s a gym enthusiast and motivational speaker named, C.T. Fletcher who says, “it’s still your set” when a person is tired from the workout, but they haven’t completed the workout. Fletcher will let a person recover, but he wants to see the person complete the workout.

When we’ve experienced heartache, drama, faith fights, and fatigue, we should adopt something similar to Fletcher to motivate ourselves to continue on. We can say, “it’s still glory to God.” Life may have hit us with sickness, lack of sleep, thoughts of worry, or temporary uncertainty. Regardless of what we’ve gone through, we should tell ourselves, the world, and the devil, “it’s still glory to God.”

That lets EVERYONE know, regardless of what we face, God will still get the glory.

Don’t let anything stop you from giving glory to God.