Journey vs Destination

Titus 3:8I want you to insist on these things, so that those who have believed in God may be careful to devote themselves to good works. These things are excellent and profitable for people.

Paul isn’t telling us that good works saves us, as he clears that up earlier in Titus 3:4-5. He does, however, reminds us that since we are part of the human race living along side of each other, working both in and for God’s Kingdom, we ought to be “already” mindset’ed. That is to say focusing attention on people around us (Paul calls this “excellent and profitable”) instead of solely “not yet” mindset’ed, focusing on the heavenly reward.

You have heard it said that “it’s not about the destination but the journey”. What are we doing today to make the journey for others a better place?