Obeying God’s Prompts
By: Rick Boxx
April 8, 2013

Troy was a new salesperson for a national payroll service. At an introductory meeting with the new hires, and their managers, each person was asked to introduce themselves and share one unique thing.

The Holy Spirit convicted Troy that he was to tell the group he was a Christian. He became very nervous, but he finally blurted out, “My name is Troy and what’s unique about me is I’m a Christian.”

That simple, yet bold move, led to a relationship with one of the managers that eventually led to the manager becoming a follower of Jesus.

Psalm 128:1 teaches, “Blessed are all who fear the Lord, who walk in obedience to him.”

To integrate your faith at work, you need to be willing to be courageous and obey God’s prompts.

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