Boldly Speak the Word Without Fear

I will greatly praise the LORD with my mouth;
Yes, I will praise Him among the multitude.

Psalm 109:30

LORD Jesus, we praise You for this beautiful day that You have made. What treasure it is to be able to get up in the morning and walk along the way. How blessed we are that we can see, hear, smell, touch, and feel Your creation. You have made everything beautiful in its time. Thank You, LORD. You have put eternity in our hearts. Guide us and make us aware of that. Help us to share with others what we know: that life on earth had a beginning and that it will have an end. We praise You for making a way so that when our soul leaves its earthly vessel we can be with You forever and ever. Thank You for your amazing Love and Mercy which You are giving so freely to us each day. In Jesus’ name we pray. Amen.

There are days in our lives, now maybe more than ever before, when we feel weak and worthless. We are told to stay-at-home. How can we make a difference out there let alone speak boldly of the Word of God? People got other things on their mind at the moment, don’t they?

Girl, it’s a lot that you can do; not in your own strength, however, but in the Strength of the LORD Jesus.

1 Pray often. Seek His help to read and study the Word. Ask Him to guide you and to give you opportunities for sharing the Gospel.
2 Stay alert. Watch and listen for the Spirit to direct your way and talks.
3 Step forward. If you are made aware of an opportunity be bold and step ahead. Keep the given law of distance and approach that someone by phone, email, text or video message, or even outdoors. Tell them that God is Love. Encourage them to seek the LORD today.

Don’t look at this lockdown as a shutdown. God cannot be shut in. The Word of God is a mighty and living Word — yesterday, today, and forever. Hallelujah!

Christ Jesus is here to help. Call on His name today. Praise Him for the works He has done in you and through you. Be grateful for such a Savior who did not only die for your sins but who also rose again and is alive. What amazing thought to cling to: The LORD ascended into Heaven. He is next to the Father and interceding for His Own. What a mighty God we serve!

He who has begun a good work in you will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ. (Philippians 1:6)
Praise the LORD.

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