Speaking Up for Jesus

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Why do we seem to make speaking up for Jesus so complicated? When He fills your heart, you will not be able to help speaking of Him.

“We cannot help speaking about what we have seen and heard.”

Acts 4:20, niv

It has only been a couple of years since our youngest daughter, Rachel-Ruth, gave birth to our first grandchild—a little girl named Ruth Bell Wright. My husband and I are totally enthralled with this little girl. She fills our hearts! We can’t help talking about her to anyone who will listen. I’m not afraid to talk about her. I don’t plan in advance how I will talk about her. I don’t worry about offending someone with my talk about her. I don’t go to classes to learn how to talk about her. I don’t read books on how to talk about her. I pick up that little girl, feel her snuggle up against me, touch her soft little cheek, and melt! Little Ruth Bell fills my heart! And what fills my heart comes out on my lips!

Why do we seem to make speaking up for Jesus so complicated? If He fills our hearts, He is going to come out on our lips! Like Peter and John, we will not be able to help “speaking about what we have seen and heard” of Him!

 

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