In a one-on-one interview with The Brody File, Sen. Marco Rubio says his faith is intertwined with his public policy and says he views his job as a U.S. senator, “as a form of worship in terms of how I dedicate it to God and make Him the purpose of my service.”
Rubio spoke with The Brody File very early Wednesday morning up on Capitol Hill. Watch the interview below with the key quote. Rubio will be the guest on this week’s national Brody File television show.
Other guests this week include Steven Law, president and CEO of American Crossroads, and Joshua DuBois, the outgoing White House Faith-Based Director.
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Sen. Marco Rubio: You can worship in how you do your job especially if the purpose of your job is to please and honor God not just please and honor your fellow men. Now, I have an obligation to serve my fellow men. I am a public servant and I think in doing that job well I also honor God and glorify Him.
I try to view my job as a form of worship in terms of how I dedicate it to God and make Him the purpose of my service.