ask strangers and our enemies to sit and eat at the table that the Lord has
prepared for us is sometimes the hardest – but also the biggest – way to show
God’s love. By serving others, we put our love where our mouth is and show the
world our faith.
telling people about Jesus Christ and salvation – show them. Think about the
image of someone with an “I (heart) Jesus” sticker on their bumper but behaving
badly in traffic. It leaves an impression; just not a favorable one.
Christianity should be about, but that’s what people see. By actively living
our faith, we show others around us the love of Christ.
you have never gotten along with, even your own friends and family?
writes about the many different ways in which we can serve and how service is a
great way to share our faith. He writes, “You don’t have to be a Bible scholar
to take some time to serve… When you serve others in Christ’s name, with no
strings attached, people will notice something is different about you.”
It’s as simple as asking your neighbors if they need help with chores or
volunteering at a food pantry or other outreach, without sharing anything
Biblical at that point—just serving them. Then when they ask, “Why are you so
nice?” or “Why are you doing this for me?” you can share the love of Christ!
(New Living Translation) says: Therefore, whenever we have the opportunity,
we should do good to everyone—especially to those in the family of faith.
share our faith in Christ. By giving our life away, we receive so much more in
Sandra D. Bricker is a best-selling and
award-winning author of laugh-out-loud romantic comedy for the Christian
market. Her most popular series (that started with Always the Baker Never
the Bride) will conclude this spring with Always the Baker FINALLY the
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Sandie leads a team of writers in creating the Living It Out daily Bible study for CedarCreek Church. Today’s
devotion is based on the Living It Out study on the importance of service.
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