Do your words or actions represent the fruits of the Spirit, or are you unconcerned about the effect they have? A few weeks ago, God opened my eyes to see how often I say to myself, “I don’t care.” It had become a bad habit that was affecting the way I treated people and how they treated me. It was a hard lesson to learn, but one that I want to continue growing in.
As Believers in Yeshua, it is our duty to speak the Word of God and disciple people when they begin their walk of faith. God uses us all to sow seeds of his Word into people’s lives, but our work is far from done when a person says yes to Yeshua. In fact, it is only the beginning! Where are the disciples who will minister the truth to these new believers, sowing them into good, fruitful, soil?
In last week’s blog, Pure Boundaries, I touched on the importance of finding your own faith outside of your family’s beliefs. I feel like this was an essential subject to tackle this week because there might be people out there who are struggling with their faith and juggling being honorable while searching for themselves.