What Should We Do?

16 Dec 2012 by SHRCChurch, No Comments »

The people came out to see and hear John, and liked what he had to say but didn’t know how to carry it out.  “What should we do?” was the question and John gave them very tangible and life changing practical things to do – especially things that others could see.

The world is still watching to see if Christian creeds and rituals make any difference in the actions and ethics of those of us who claim to be God’s people.  Do we practice our faith in public – the market place, the business place and the highways of life?  If they do not see us doing the truth, they will care little about the truth we speak.

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