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We spend a lot of time talking about how the Gospel is making a difference in our own lives. So much so, that we sometimes forget to ask ourselves how the Gospel in our lives is making a difference in the lives of others.

We begin by seeking Christ (or rather, with Him pursuing us). He is mighty and tender to change us. But then… then comes the part where we have the opportunity for our lives to become a love letter to the One who saved us!

It’s the doing of the Gospel that must not be overlooked.

So sisters, in this time when we focus on thanks and praise for who God is and how he cares for us:

How are we caring for others?

How are we sharing Him with others?

What difference does Christ’s love in you make in the lives of those around you?

Isaiah 12 says, “make known among the nations what he has done” and “let this be known to all the world.” Sisters, this is the stuff. It’s the go and tell! It’s the living your life as an act of worship – a love letter that is full of grace and seasoned with salt.

{Today’s Scripture: Isaiah 12}


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