Faith In Action “Out Of All He Has For Us”


Never let us become so self absorbed, to help those who have a need. We have exchanged our righteousness, which was but filthy rags, for His Righteousness. Our faith in action is now out of His Righteousness in which we are clothed in. We are sinner saved by Grace, covered in His righteousness but still sinners. growing and being transformed by Him, the more we let Him.

Ephesians 3 verse 20 and 21: Now to Him who is able to do above and beyond all,that we ask or think—according to the power that works in you—V21 to Him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus to all generations, forever and ever,Amen.”

Galatians 2 verse 20: “I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I now live in the flesh, I live by faith in The Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me”.

In a society where there are no absolutes, the sense of apathy is great. Everyone needs to know somebody does care. Just a simple thing , the other night, I met for a second time a man {Graham} .“I asked Graham did he still live just across the road from a local pool.” Graham asked “had I met him before”, which I replied to in the affirmative. I asked Graham did he still work at the same night club? Graham told me he had a new job now.

After a short conversation, where i was able to tell Graham, a small story about the Lord. Graham said, “Thanks for remembering me, it has made me feel noticed, and that people do care”.

Simple, just a simple encouragement, can lead to great chances to share one’s Faith, in Our Lord and Our Friend, and The Lordship, The Friendship and The Companionship He offers Remember The Holy Spirit is Our helper in all things. Simply encouraging, is an easy step to take, to help us to help others understand how much God does love them.

Sometimes i use a simple saying like, “God Bless”. and when people look back at me with a perplexed look, I add, “He will if you ask Him”.

The things pertaining to Our Lord and Our Friend are Supernatural, and it is amazing how simple it is to use the supernatural, like asking Him something about the person, so we can encourage people who come across our eternity. Even asking Our Lord to help us remember things about people that will encourage them,

We are His Hands, and His Feet, and we should be a blessing to others no matter who they are. A simple phrase to remind us of this is WWJD {What Would Jesus Do}

God Bless.

O F J.

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