I Care Very Little For Christian Profession by Robert Ricciardelli

“I do not care about how Christian you say you are or that you have fish symbols on your car and windows. I do not care that you carry a bible everywhere you go. If the first thing you say in business is, “trust me I am a Christian,” I won’t. If I see you as patient, kind, and loving, I take notice. Extravagant Christ followers live in divine truth and are a beaming light for the undeniable transforming power and love of God.”

Have you ever noticed a gap between what is proclaimed and what is observed?

What emotions does this evoke in you when you experience this gap?

Does God care more about what you believe, or what you do?

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