"Whether, then, you eat or drink or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God."
1 Corinthians 10:31
On the 80th birthday of the famous musician and conductor Arturo Toscanini, someone asked his son what he considered to be his father’s greatest achievement. He replied, “For him, there can be no such thing. Whatever he happens to be doing at any moment is the biggest undertaking in his life, whether it be conducting a symphony or peeling an orange.” I don't know if Toscanini was a believer or not, but his attitude is one we should have as we follow Christ. There are no small or insignificant tasks when we are serving Him. Bathing a child or scrubbing the bathtub is just as important as preaching a sermon. Waiting on tables can be as glorifying to God as serving as a missionary overseas. Whatever you do today, do it with gusto. Do it all to the glory of God.