Much like an approaching season, we attempt to deliver the greatest gift one could ever receive – the ability to share God’s work with those who do not know Him intimately or even understand Him—the unbelievers. With all the compassion life has to offer, Christians need to hold their heads up to God’s direct command that we all become disciples of His word.
Reverently, I beseech you to be a witness to His almighty works, exploiting that which you know best as a Christian! When you introduce others to Christ, they become children and temples of God. All their sins are forgiven, and they will begin to experience His peace and love. What more significant gift can there be than to witness the power of God changing an unbeliever’s life?
It is our Father in heaven that will give you the strength, as you wander out into mountainsides of the unknown. Sow the seeds and relax. Let God do what He wants to do through you. As words of wisdom, I say, make sharing your faith a way of life! As for those Christians who steer away from such things, may we remind you that God is in command and in the business of making miracles happen?
There is ample proof in today’s world that men and women want to know more about Christ, especially when administered by a true Christian. Yes, you can go door-to-door, but that typically is not received well. Instead, nonchalantly speak to others about something (a miracle or blessing), that He did to make you a believer, a testimony of sorts. Write a blog for your church. Display acts of service in charity drives and allow them to witness kindness. Join a mission trip at your local church. Wear Christian themed t-shirts to open up a conversation. Create a free helpline for people who are depressed or lonely. Share your faith on social media. Be charitable to those who are down and out. Become a mentor to those with lack of direction in life, for example, troubled teens or battered women shelters. Read the Bible in your lunch break to peak others’ interest. Join a church prison ministry to reach out to inmates and share the gospel. Let God expand your mind as you pray for guidance and leadership.
Do as it is required of you: give the greatest gift of sharing the miracle of God!