As Christians, we probably already know that we are the light of the world, but the question many of us haven’t really asked ourselves is, “if I’m the light of the world, can the world see clearly through my light?”. For some of us, perhaps even our families are still glutting over darkness. If our families still live in darkness, how then do we illuminate the world? Mysteriously, some of us who are Christians still experience ups and downs. Really, if I’m the light of the world, how do I shine? How do I give light to those in darkness? During the day, every body enjoys the sunlight, but when it is night, segments within the firmament would depend on stars to be seen.
Soul winning is what brightens the light in us. According to John 15:16, God ordained us after salvation to save souls. In Prov 11:30, the bible says “the fruit of the righteous is a tree of life, he that winneth souls is wise”. In other words, the Christian fruit that our lives produces has capacity to give life to someone else, and it’s wisdom to win souls. Dan 12:3 went further to explain to us that while the act of soul winning makes you shine as the firmament, the continual practice of it makes you shine as a star. The key to stardom is in turning many to righteousness, not just a few. The firmament doesn’t shine in the night. Don’t settle for that, crave to shine as a star so you can also illuminate others when it is dark.
That’s how far we’d go on today’s Timely Note. But take these last words; RIGHTEOUS-LIVING WITHOUT SOUL WINNING WILL ONLY MAKE YOU AN AVERAGE BELIEVER. Have a most fruitful week, in Jesus precious name!
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