Daily Christianity

Are we only “Christian” when the occasion demands it? This kind of attitude keeps us from experiencing the peace that passes understanding found only in deep commitment to God (Philippians 4:4-7). Are we guilty of showing inconsistency? How does our behavior through the week compare to our Sunday or Wednesday words? People will notice our behavior; if they know we claim Christianity, they watch us all the more closely. We must not supply any reason to discount Christ as a viable solution to their daily struggles. If we are the only sermon that some will ever see, then we cannot be “Sunday Only” Christians; we must be Daily Christians. The scriptures encourage this idea frequently.
Matthew 6:11 – Daily Bread
James 2:15 – Daily food
Luke 9:23 – Daily Cross-Bearing
Luke 19:47 – Daily Teaching
Acts 6:1 – Daily serving
Acts 2:47; 16:5 – Daily Growth
Acts 2:46; 17:11 – Daily Study
Acts 19:9 – Daily Reasoning
2 Corinthians 11:28 – Daily Pressures
1 Corinthians 15:31 – Daily death
A saving faith will move mountains; usually we are the mountains needing to be moved each day. Please encourage someone else to make a daily commitment to Christ.

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