What If We Lived What We Say We Believe? (Guideposts Blog Post)

Click to view post: What if We Lived What We Say We Believe? (Guideposts: Deadlines, Grocery Lines, Laugh Lines, August 17, 2015)

“Not always easy, but always right.” 

That’s what one Facebook reader wrote in response to my question: “What If We Lived What We Say We Believe?”

Michelle Medlock Adams, an author, speaker and generous friend, writes an excellent column for Guideposts called “Deadlines, Grocery Lines, Laugh Lines.” She graciously featured my blog post in her column on my birthday no less!

I’ve been thrilled by the response. The number of people on Guideposts’ Facebook page who’ve shown that their hearts are also set on living out authentic faith has been amazing.

It’s encouraging to see the passion of so many who want to present to the world an accurate reflection of Christ in all they say and do. 

Read my Guideposts blog post by clicking on the link below, then come back and share your thoughts as well.

Join the Journey!

What If We Lived What We Say We Believe? (on Guideposts: Deadlines, Grocery Lines, Laugh Lines)

Click to view post: What if We Lived What We Say We Believe? (Guideposts: Deadlines, Grocery Lines, Laugh Lines, August 17, 2015)

Click to view post: What if We Lived What We Say We Believe? (Guideposts: Deadlines, Grocery Lines, Laugh Lines, August 17, 2015)

 

 

If you enjoyed this post, I hope you’ll share it.


 

Tweet This: What If We Lived What We Say We Believe? #Guidepost #Faith #ReflectChrist

Print Friendly

Comments

  1. Wonderful post Jean, it challenges me. Thank you.

  2. Your post gets me fired up about holding on to God’s promises. We must have scriptures hidden in our hearts helping us hold tight to God, our anchor, when the sea of life gets choppy.

    • Amen, Beckie. That’s the key! If we don’t know God’s promises, how can we even know what to believe. It still takes Christ living through us to be able to live what we say we believe, but we’ve got to start with His promises written on our hearts. 🙂