“The primary business I must attend to every day is to fellowship with the Lord. The first concern is not how much I might serve the Lord, but how my inner man might be nourished.”
― George Müller
“Don’t get the cart ahead of the horse!”, a saying people use to explain when someone's priorities out of order. God’s Word gives us many things we can do to bring Him glory while we are here on this Earth. No matter how well we think we can accomplish those things...without the Holy Spirit’s power, human effort and strength do not glorify God. We need the fullness of God to strengthen our “inner man” because it takes God’s strength to do God’s work. This is why Paul prayed in Ephesians 3:19 “ to know the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge, that ye might be filled with all the fulness of God.” Don’t get the cart before the horse, be filled with God’s love before you attempt love others.