October 28th – Titus 3:3

Titus 3:3

As children who depend on our heavenly Father’s care, blessings, and strength everyday, it can be hard to understand how others can reject such a love. And sometimes that lack of understanding can come across as condescending, unloving, and hypocritical to unbelievers. That’s why Paul reminds Titus, and us, how Christians ought to behave. For once we too lived in darkness. We lived lives filled with every kind of sin, void of hope, and separated from God. But in His unmerited mercy, God rescued us from the jaws of death. Allowing us to live in the glorious light of His saving love. And so in treating others, we need to remember the amazing grace in which God treats us. We are to minister to the lost with a humble, gentle, compassionate, and loving spirit. So that the good deeds they see us do, will glorify our Father in heaven. (Matt. 5:16)

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