Always prepared

I have a very good friend who is a faithful witness to Jesus. It is not uncommon for her friends to ask her about God and what it means to be a Christian.

She lives her life transparently in the community in which she finds herself. It can be hard feeling as though she doesn’t quite fit in when people are chasing their worldly values and pursuits.

Yet her friends will ask her serious, searching questions about God and faith. Her answers are honest about how trusting Jesus Christ affects her own life — the good stuff and the hard stuff.

She doesn’t recite a list of bible proof tests or prattle on about theology, rather an honest sharing of the hope that Christ gives her (1 Peter 3:15). True faith in the real world that has time for other people.

Up next Christ the Lord Dinner with Jesus Think of the finest meal you have ever had. Recall the excellent food, the drink that perfectly complemented the meal, the company of people you
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