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Greg Laurie Daily Devotion - Aug. 28, 2007

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Tuesday, August 28, 2007

A Walking Light Bulb

“Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven.”

—Matthew 5:16

The religious leaders thought they had eliminated the problem when they crucified Jesus. But now, His disciples were preaching and performing miracles. It was as though Jesus had returned. He was back in the hearts and lives of His people.

This reminds us that one of the best arguments for the Christian faith is a transformed life. Believers are the best advertising God could have because their lifestyles change, their attitudes change, and even their countenances change. The greatest biography of Jesus is written in the words and actions of His people. Your godly lifestyle is a testimony, just as if you were a walking miracle like the lame man whom Peter and John healed.

Jesus told us we are to be the light of the world and the salt of the earth. There is a place to let our lights shine and proclaim the truth of God. And there is a place for us to be salt.

Even if you don’t tell people you are a Christian, they will sense something is different about you. They will watch you. You are like a walking light bulb. You are a representative of Christ.

If you are being the kind of Christian that God wants you to be, if you are being a “salty” Christian, then your lifestyle will stimulate a thirst for God in others. The greatest compliment  is when someone wants to know more, when he or she approaches you and says, “What is it about you?” That is your opportunity to shine the light of the gospel. 


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