WHAT KIND OF BIBLE STORY WOULD YOUR LIFE BE?
How would your life sound if it were told by a Bible writer, using solid truth with no fluff? What would be the main event?
God has blessed us all with some miraculous moments, and we’ve all had some forgettable times – how would your life look to others?
We have probably all had an action of faith, where we did something bold for God, but how would our overall life be labled?
Would the readers see faithfulness, integrity and courage or would it perhaps be more erratic, self-centeredness, or ease-loving?
Would you be a person whose behavior preached a powerful lesson heard by all those around you – or would it be less positive?
Would the believers read a story of whining, complaining and fussing – would there be any gossiping or manipulation?
What would be the main traits of character that you have embraced and used to build your life? Hopefully most of them would be upright.
Might it be a life worthy of Hebrews 11, or would you be a person named with no further comment?
Pray to God if there were large transgressions there would also be much repentence, and a fine example of a transformed life.
It would be worthy of a few moments pondering how our life would look, considering our attitude and the direction we are now headed.
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