We cannot take our actions lightly. Our behavior speaks louder than words. Be a reason others want to come to Christ. Do what is right and remain humble.~Lisa Blair
Living a Godly life automatically means we should do what is right and live humble lives. Humble in the context of focusing less on our own importance and more on Christ. Or, as the Bible states in John 3:30 ESV, “He (Jesus) must increase, but I must decrease.”
God’s authority and influence must blossom within us (through the Holy Spirit) and emanate outward to attract others to the faith. Our actions give cause for others to examine our faith and open their hearts to receive Jesus as their Lord and Savior.
People are always looking to disparage us by observing our behaviors to determine the legitimacy of Christianity. If we seek to do what is right and live humbly, we leave little to discount our authenticity. We are God’s workmanship and have been given the charge to spread the Good News through our words and actions.
We must learn to do what is right and remain humble.