Jesus Is our Example in Sharing Our Faith


Jesus is our example in sharing our faith with others. The following is a portion from the devotional, “A Good Witness,” sent out  by Truth for Life on November 7th.

…He is always witnessing—by the well of Samaria or in the temple of Jerusalem; by the sea of Galilee or on the mountainside. He is witnessing day and night… He witnesses under all circumstances. Scribes and Pharisees cannot shut His mouth; even before Pilate … Christian, make your life a clear testimony. Be like the stream in which you can see every stone at the bottom—not like a muddy creek where you can only see the surface, but clear and transparent, so that your heart’s love for God and man may be visible to all. You need not say, “I am true”; be true. Do not boast of integrity, but be upright…

Do not watch the clouds or consult the wind; in season and out of season witness for the Savior, and if it transpires that for Christ’s sake and the Gospel’s you must endure suffering in any shape, do not shrink, but rejoice in the honor conferred upon you, that you are counted worthy to suffer with your Lord. And find joy also in this—that your sufferings, your losses, and persecutions shall make you a platform from which with more vigor and with greater power you will witness for Christ Jesus. Study your great example, and be filled with His Spirit…

Read the entire devotional.

These devotional emails are taken from Morning and Evening, written by Charles H. Spurgeon, and revised and updated by Alistair Begg. I highly recommend them. Subscribe to receive these daily emails from Truth for Life.


  • If you would like weekly encouragement on sharing your faith, follow  The Sower portion of my personal blog.
  • We took the photo of a waterfall at Rocky Mountain National Park in July of 2013. This photo is copyrighted. Please request permission if you’d like to use it.

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