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Walking In Wisdom
by Lili Richey Willard
3/14/2011 / Devotionals
"Walk in wisdom towards those who are outside, redeeming the time. Let your speech always be with grace, seasoned with salt, that you may know how you ought to answer each one."
Paul was explaining how we,as Christians,should always behave. It's hard to live in this world ,and still keep these words of wisdom on our minds. Satan's plan is to erase all good things from our lives,and turn us towards his ways. God has another,greater plan.
Studying the Word,praying to the Father,and being in fellowship with those of ourfaith are ways to keep this scripture and it's meanings alive in our hearts. We should strive daily to serve others with smiles on our faces, and joy in our hearts. We need to stop and think before we speak, both to fellow Christians,and to unbelievers. What we say and do must match up to who God says we are....chosen ones,children of the King, set apart, full of love and charity...
Show the world who you really are. Step up and take your place as the prince or princess you truly are. In that way you will show Jesus to all those around you. And love will flow in your life!
I love the LORD! I write the Rosebuds of Faith Devotional Series on my blog,ohiolilisview.blogspot.com/ and Angelwingdevotionals at angelwingdevotionals.wordpress.com/.
You can also find my work on everydaychristian.com.
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