Those You Meet

Our actions determine the outcome of our conversation with people who want to know whether we are genuine Christians. Our undertakings can either be public or private. What becomes important is the context behind what we do, to whom, and why. We must have heard about how actions speak louder than voices.

What if part of our believers’ actions is praying for those we meet? They could be the doctors, cashiers, council office, postman /woman, neighbour, children playing on the streets, baker, teacher, strangers, et cetera. Every person we meet during the week contributes to our lives in one way or the other. Do we pray for them in private without them knowing? Be they strangers or familiar faces; God put them in our pathways for our blessings, and for lessons to learn.

Shalom .

Published by Ehiyeh-sh’Ehiyeh

“Once I was young, and now I am old. Yet I have never seen the godly abandoned or their children begging for bread.” ‭‭Psalms‬ ‭37:25‬ ‭

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