Friday, April 16, 2010

Being Deliberately Deliberate

1 Peter 3:15. But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear:

I get it! Every person who is born again and living the life hidden in Christ is his minister/disciple. If your have opened your life to Christ and received Him then you are His friend and His friends do what He says, right? Well, what has he told you to do lately? Is it to share your faith with someone? Is it to smile at your hater? Is it to go over to your neighbors house and invite them to a Bible study when you don't even have one started? Is it as simple as waking up and saying "good morning" to your spouse or children? What ever it is, we should be deliberately deliberate. Most of the great missions, ministries, programs, movements all started with a simple deliberate action. I will not move from this bus seat and stand. I will go to jail instead of apologize for being who I am, I will shake his/her hand though my friends, mother, spouse, onlookers, offlookers, etc, may disagree. Record that melody, write that poem, finish that book (CeCe), smile at that hater, and what ever it is God has already told you to do be deliberately deliberate about it. People are watching but not for the reasons you think. People know when you are different and most are too afraid to ask why. But we should always be ready to show and tell why which can only happen when we make a special place in our hearts for our God.


Wanda said...

Deliberate obedience~good topic. Now get moving girl, somebody is waiting for what you're to produce.

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