If the Lord is my shepherd, can I really trust in him? The familiar words of the twenty-third psalm answer this question and can resonate during times of uncertainty. The Lord paints a portrait of what it’s like to be wholly dependent on him. The Lord is not just my Shepherd; he is my caregiver.
In Christ, we trust his promises.
Through Christ, we proclaim his name.
For Christ, we are his ambassadors.
In his Word, we WITNESS WELL.
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Dave Malnes is the founder and director of Praise and Proclaim Ministries (www.praiseandproclaim.com). This ministry is all about providing meaningful opportunities for Christians to actively share the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Spiritual conversations are risky, but I don’t believe a discerning tongue in today’s climate can remain silent. People don’t know that they don’t know. They need the Truth. #praiseandproclaim
By remaining silent, unbelieving neighbors and acquaintances may assume that Christian are out-of-touch, uncaring, and intolerant. Instead of the Word being the double-edged sword that separates, silent believers are allowing untruths and hyperbole do the separating for them.
If silence is golden and a silver tongue commands respect, then why do I tend to open my mouth and remove all doubt about being a fool? Perhaps that is why evangelism is so risky. A life in Christ is a no-win conundrum. See why at https://t.co/FG5MAIFOW1