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  1. Sometimes we preach, go to church and sign, do door witnessing, etc; but when we go to work, and associate with those in our neighbourhood, two different lives we live. This is embarrassing to me as a Seventh day Adventist, since sometimes the comments are made about people "and she say she is a Christian" or "she can't be telling me nuttin bout the bible, she is not any better than me". Let us try to be consistent in our lives wherever we may go and in whatever we do. Our lives are books, written by ourselves and all the world should see Jesus in us.

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    • Amen... This is awesome...
      Sometimes what makes things go wrong is that we don't want to be ourselves, we keep on looking at others & wish we were them which makes us forget who we are as Christians...

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  2. This is truly such an important lesson.The silent sermon is very important especially now as these are the last days.We are called to bring souls to Christ and we have been given so many gifts in order to achieve this objective.Let us not confuse the world but let us be an open letter, sharing the love and mercies which we get from the Lord unconditionally...

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  3. The way we conduct ourselves as christians should tell about christ. Without us opening our mouths to preach, people should be able to see christ in us. Our daily activities should portray/witness Christ. The way we dress, recieve visitors, and even our utterances and how we go about our activities should make others confess that indeed, Christ is in us. By so doing we evangelize to the world.

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  4. Thanks for your comments all of you. People would rather see a sermon than hear one. Breathren, people who hear we are Christians need to see a difference in us. Not only that, we have to seek that difference in ourselves.

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  5. If we have met Jesus, then our silent sermons and all other sermons will come automatically. Evangelism and witnessing is part and parcel of salvation. Remember we are daily growing in our Christianity, we can't sit and wait to mature in order to go out. Isaiah when touched by live coal and his sins forgiven, never waited to see whether he has changed his character, he was ready for the commission. The Samaritan woman (John 4) had no silent sermon to give, she had five husbands and the one she was staying with was not hers. But look at her sermon, "come see a man who told me everything I ever did" and the result! many Samaritans believed. The invalid for 38 years (John 5) never knew it was Jesus who had healed him, but look at his sermon "the MAN who made me well said to me pick up your mat and walk. What about the blind man of John 9? He knew not much about Jesus but what he knew is what he sermoned them "I was blind but now I see" Im not saying that we continue in our bad characters, but that if we have met with Jesus we should never remain the same. May God bless you. I stand to be corrected.

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