1) they will want to share in our experience, or 2) they will reject the opportunity to share in our experience.
Once we have shared with others what we believe and hold to be true, we must begin to live out what we profess before them. It is not our responsibility to convince them that God has made a change in our lives, but to present Christ through our daily living. God will, then, take the seed we have sown and begin to ‘break up the fallow grounds’ of their hearts, ‘love them with an everlasting love’ and ‘draw them to Himself with His lovingkindness’ (Jer. 4:3; Hos. 10:12; Jer. 31:3).
So we must begin to live our lives with an understanding that we have a purpose for being. A part of that purpose is to share the gift of the Gospel of Jesus Christ with others so that they, too, may have the opportunity to make their confession before others as well. It is definitely the gift that keeps on giving…#thinkonthesethings