Spreading the Faith?

We have been told millions of times to spread our faith. To let our light shine. Yet, how are we to do that? It has gotten to where if you try to tell someone about Jesus, they turn a deaf ear. We have all heard it so many times, we are no longer interested in the stories of Jesus.

People are leaving the churches. They have heard it all. So if we don’t preach, if we can’t sing, how are we to help those of little or no faith to keep going until Jesus returns?

It all goes back to it being everyone’s duty as a Christian to spread the gospel. To show their faith, act out their faith etc.. So our big question is how?

We are Americans, we are creative, we are industrial, we always rise to the occasion. We do what we deem necessary to conquer our problems. So let me start with some of the answers as to how to spread the gospel without preaching, nor singing.

We have begun to print the ‘Sermon on the Mount’ as well as prayers from the Bible, or blessing, or encouraging words, all from the Word of God, then binding them and sewing them into things we make. Sometimes, we buy things people need or want, and sew them into whatever we can get our hands on.

Other times, we print blessing, or prayers etc. and place them in picture frames and place them where needed. Children’s rooms. Elderly people’s rooms.

We make cards to encourage people to continue in the faith. We do what we can think of or afford to do. Come on people, share your faith, give a gift of life, or sprit to one in need, for Jesus tells us His words are spirit and they are life–John 6:63. Let’s spread His spirit across America and see if we can beat back the evil approaching us from every orifice.


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