Friday, November 13, 2015

~What is my face saying to them?~

We don't realize sometimes just how careful we need to be when being around people, for instance..
They say "a pictures worth a thousand words.."
So what is your face saying?
You don't always have to say a word, there are plenty of ways to tell what you're thinking about someone else just by the mere expression on your face!
Let me ask you this.. Is your face expressing kindness to others?
Or is your face expressing judgement to others?
If you have problems judging others and you show it in your expressions, it's almost the same as just saying it out loud to them!
For example, If you cannot learn to be kind at church then you certainly shouldn't be going out into the world with an attitude like that! That doesn't say.. "I'm a follower of Christ"
instead that makes the unsaved view church as a bunch of people who are judgmental toward them!
I truly believe that is the reason why so many people are choosing to stay home on Sunday's instead of attending church, even they know how Christians should be acting..which to me speaks volumes of the attitude that we are putting out by even our facial expressions!

If you do anything out in the world..have a good attitude to contribute to others so that they will have a good day and more than that, that they will begin to view "church goers" as "friendly" not as "critical" because in these last days IT IS CRUCIAL for us to reach them for Christ and if our attitudes aren't backing that up..then what does it mean to be saved? What then is the difference between "a Christian" and "a sinner" if you can no longer see the light of Christ glowing on your face?
Think about that today..What is my face saying to them?
Smile, show kindness and perhaps come Sunday, they might be sitting next to you in church with a smile on their face that they can take into the world as well!

Matthew 5:16
"In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven."


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