The more times goes by, the older we get, the more we listen to the news, read reports, see devastation all around us, the more we realize that we are 'missing the mark'.
God has saved us through His grace. We are grateful, but what are we doing with our lives as a result of that salvation?
Do we simply say "thanks, see you in Heaven" and go about our daily routines pretty much the same way we always have. Do we blend in with the world, our co-workers, our neighbors?
Or do we realize that we have a purpose to fulfill?
I pray it is the latter.
Through this study it is my hope that God will give us all a deeper revelation of Who He desires to be in and through our lives AND the plans and purposes He has for us.
These are some of the three word phrases we will be looking at:
* note * this is the format that He has prompted me to put down so far, but knowing Him (smile), He may add more as time goes on.
I decided to do this on a blog format so that there can be interaction as the Lord leads. All comments welcome and encouraged.
We often hear people say that you can truly know a person by the way they speak. If their words are loving and uplifting, they are most likely kind, loving and encouraging people to be around. You want to be in their presence.
If people are speaking negative all the time, I'm pretty sure you don't want to be around them for very long otherwise depression and anger and disgust can rear their ugly heads in your own life. You don't want to carry around negativity, so you try and avoid them as much as possible.
Let's take a look at some of the ways we can "Talk" about our Christian "Walk".
What did Jesus say?
One phrase He repeated so many times that it was a true reflection of His source of strength was "I only do what I see My Father in Heaven doing." He was always speaking about the ways of His Father. He spoke scriptures - He brought them to life.
Do I incorporate God's Word into my communications with others?
Am I talking about my faith with others, consistently?
If not, why? and how can I go about changing that?
4-Given Ministries Prays
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