Wednesday, October 29, 2014

What Do They See?

Have you ever seen someone and thought, that person is a Christian? I have. Numerous times our family has been out and seen someone and knew right off that the person was a Christian. We could tell by the fruits they displayed.

By their fruit you will recognize them. 
Do people pick grapes from thorn bushes or figs from thistles?
Matthew 7:16

I want people to see me and know that I am a Christian. I don't want there to ever be doubt or question. Yet as I think back over my attitude or words, I know this is not always the case.

When people look at us, do they have to ask if we are a Christian? Or do they know by they way we act and the words we say?

Do people have to ask if you are a Christian? #w2wwordfilledwednesday

Father, help me to live for you fully no matter where I am, who I am with, or what I am going through. Help the Fruits of the Spirit to be completely evident in my attitude, words, actions, in my life. I pray that when people see me, they see You. Amen.

1 comment:

  1. Hearing someone ask if I'm a Christian is the greatest compliment a person can pay me--unless it comes in the midst of a heated discussion about opposing views. Attitude is key, Jennifer. Thanks for this great reminder. Followed here from Winsome Wednesday.


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