January 7, 2021
The Priority of Sharing Your Faith
As Paul writes to young Timothy, he encourages him to share the things he has learned with others. It's always a wonderful time that believers can have in the house of God, fellowshipping with like-minded believers and sharing the things that God has done with one another. Today, we look at the fourth priority we should have, which is sharing our faith. Just as we share what God has done in our life at church, we should also share it with our lost coworkers, friends, and family so that it can be used to shine the Light of Jesus. It should also be our desire to share the gospel with them, and a great way of doing that is through our testimony and actions. Others need to see the faith we have so that they, too, can learn from our example. Whether you’re a mother or father teaching your young ones or a coworker not swearing and using God's name in vain, we all have someone that we can be a Christ-like example, which is a great open door to sharing our faith. Hope does not come from this world and what it offers, but it comes from God, who never fails. As you make sharing your faith a priority, it should make you conscious of your actions and how you handle different situations because there are lost souls looking to you as a Christian to see how you handle them.
Thou therefore, my son, be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus. And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.
2 Timothy 2:1-2 (KJV)
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