Your God Story

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Your 'God' story could be the very thing that leads someone to make a decision for Jesus. How are you using your story to be a witness for Him?

Acts 26:16

"But rise and stand on your feet; for I have appeared to you for this purpose, to make you a minister and a witness both of the things which you have seen and of the things which I will yet reveal to you."
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How else could you explain the Apostle Paul's dramatic change outside of the supernatural? You simply cannot. How could you explain your personal change outside of the supernatural? Likewise, you cannot. Your story is a powerful witness to the grace of God. Your 'God' story could be the very thing that leads someone to make a decision for Jesus. Have you thought about your story? Have you thought about how you would communicate it to someone else? If not, you should.

Take a few minutes and think. Who were you before you met Jesus? Who are you now? What have you seen God do with your life? Paul recognized the power of his 'God' story to lead others to Jesus. How are you using your story to be a witness for Jesus? No matter who you are, you can and should share your 'God' story.

Life Lesson: Tell people your 'God' story.

Dear God, 
I love You. Thank You for saving me from my sins. Thank You for my 'God' story. Please give me the courage to share it with others. Please forgive me for the times when I should have but did not. I pray this in Jesus' name, Amen.

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