By David Yong-gi Cho; Church Growth International
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It is something we maintain through the grace of God, that we continue to walk in a right light, putting away things that are wrong. In other words, Paul is talking about the ability to stay right. After we get right, we don't stay right by our own works. Sometimes people think we attain righteousness by faith, and from there, it's all works. No, it's faith all the way, although it is a work of faith. In other words, we are doing it, but we are doing it through trusting in Jesus every moment of the way.
It's the God-shaped vacuum that can only be filled by knowing Christ. Until we realize that, we'll stuff our lives with so many things, pursuing people and achievements in a continual rat race. Paul was saying, "I haven't arrived yet, but I am pressing toward the mark for the prize of the upward call of God that is in Christ Jesus. God is calling me upward. I've got a new force in me that has overcome the gravity of this world. I once was pulled down by it. I was moved by worldly goals, but now I have heard God's upward call.
Psychological problems that people go through, worry and anxiety, financial problems, career problems, family challenges with children can be traced to wrong goals. They go after vain goals, and when they have given them their energies, they discover it is like sand through their fingers. Maybe you have been there. You have gone the whole route, you come to the top of the mountain, look at all the empty people around you and then realize you are one of them! There must come a point where we change our goals and ask: What are we living for?