Feeling Like Christ Is All And Acting Like Christ Is All
In his book, The Screwtape Letters, C. S. Lewis wrote: â€œWe have a tendency to think, but not to act.Â The more we feel without acting, the less we will ever be able to act, and, in the long run, the less we will be able to feel.â€ I have often thought and felt a lot of things while listening to sermons or while reading Bible-saturated books or while looking at horiffic pictures of starving children on the internet or while watching footage of disasters like the recent earthquake in Haiti.Â During these times I have felt conviction of sin, joy in Christ, sorrow for the hurting, and compassion for the needy. But how persistently do I act Biblically and faithfully in response to what I have felt while hearing, reading, and seeing?Â How persistently do you? May our great and merciful Heavenly Father have mercy upon us for the sake of Christ.Â May He supernaturally cause us to act as we should for His great name sake so that Jesus Christ will truly be shown to be all in all in our lives.Â Oh LORD, what would you have us to do?Â Please grant us the grace to do it, no matter what.
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