Hope You Have a “Good” Summer
At the core of a Christian’s life, there should be a “brand” that stamps the walk.
“In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven.” Mat 5:16
Doing good is a recognizing mark, an embellishment, a seal that is suppose to be viewable by everyone, whether inside or outside the household of faith. Good can be defined a lot of ways, here are a few: opening a door, saying thank you, smiling, singing, praying, encouraging, being a part of Chosen 4, leading an age group at VBS, playing soccer at SOPA, going on a Mission trip, being a missionary, baptizing thousands. Good is really encompassed by a whole array of actions. You don’t have to figure out world peace to be guilty of doing good. It might be something small or gigantic, but the point is, it must be constant.