Posts tagged with ‘Integrity’

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10/2/20 OUR WORDS AND DEEDS BACK UP OUR BELIEFS

by Barry Lovett

“Whoever does not practice righteousness is not of God.” I John 3:10. John says that love for others is what proves we are genuine children of God.  We can’t continue to practice sin and claim to be followers of Christ.  Let’s always make sure our words and deeds back up our beliefs.  Following Christ has two requirements: Believing […]

4/27/20 BEFORE WE CAN SPEAK UP WE HAVE TO SHOW UP

by Barry Lovett

“You are the light of the world…” Matthew 5:14. There should be a recognizable difference between the integrity of Christians and the prevailing darkness of our world. There are those who may not want to hear about Jesus, but you can be sure they’re watching to see if He makes a difference in our lives. […]

2/25/20 WHAT WE DO MATTERS, BUT HOW WE DOIT, AND WHO WE DO IT FOR MATTERS MORE

by Barry Lovett

“Whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.” I Corinthians 10:31. The Apostle Paul reminded the church in Colossae that they were to live in a way that glorified God. Ultimately, what they specifically did on a day-to-day basis was not as important as how they did it.  They were to do their work with “compassion, kindness, humility, […]

1/29/20 LIVING FOR GOD’S APPROVAL IS BETTER THAN LIVING

by Barry Lovett

FOR MAN’S APPLAUSE “Man looks at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart.” I Samuel 16:7. What are you really like when nobody’s watching?  Jesus rebuked those who were interested in how they looked in public rather than how they were seen by God.  He wants us to be obedient, faithful, and committed to […]

5/7/19 OUR WORDS AND DEEDS BACK UP OUR BELIEFS

by Barry Lovett

“Whoever does not practice righteousness is not of God.” I John 3:10. John says that love for others is what proves we are genuine children of God.  We can’t continue to practice sin and claim to be followers of Christ. Let’s always make sure our words and deeds back up our beliefs.  Following Christ has two requirements: Believing […]