“I will praise thee; for I am fearful and wonderfully made” (see Psalms 139:14). These are the words of the psalmist as he thanked God for his body that was so admirably created and equipped for all the things God intended it to do. To glorify God means to praise, to honor, and to exalt Him. The title for this week’s lesson tells us to glorify God with our bodies. That’s what Paul told the Corinthian believers to do in our lesson text. In this letter to the Christians in the church at Corinth, Paul, led by the Spirit of God, warned them about the importance of caring for the human body. The heart of what he said to them was that they were to glorify God with their bodies. The believer’s physical body is the temple or dwelling place of the Holy Spirit of God. As we read and study what Paul wrote to these believers about their bodies, may we learn what we should do and what we should not do with our bodies.