Sharing the Good News

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Let your speech always be with grace, as though seasoned with salt, so that you will know how you should respond to each person. Colossians 4:6

When was the last time someone asked you about your faith? I can remember the last time I shared my faith, but I can’t remember the last time someone asked me about my faith.

I pray for people to ask me about my faith. I would rather share when asked than wonder, “Is this the right time,” but we don’t always get the choice.

Whether or not we’re asked about our faith, or we’re the one who initiates the conversation, it should always be done with grace. We should never argue or belittle the person for their beliefs. We should always leave the door open for the next time.

Who do you need to tell about Jesus?

Great is God’s Faithfulness! Deb

2 thoughts on “Sharing the Good News

  1. It is always easier to speak about our faith when someone asks rather than trying to figure out if it is the right time to do so. And always with grace – absolutely Deb.

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