Are You Alone?

“… if God is for us, who can be against us?” (Romans 8:31, NIV)

Have you ever felt alone in your faith? Maybe you’re an individualist and choose to be in isolation, away from everyone else. Or maybe you’re around other people but you’re alone in trying to bring Christianity into a place where it just doesn’t exist.

A friend of mine worked for an organization that held parties that included indecent activities. My friend made his position perfectly clear – he would attend, but only to be sociable. Then, when things started to get out of control, he would leave. He was the only one who took this stand. His position didn’t seem to impress anyone else. Most everyone just thought he was a prude or a “Jesus freak”. Was his stance in vain? Certainly not! What honors God is never in vain even if its impact remains hidden. God sees everything. He knows everything. And, you’re not alone. You have Him.

Do your work to the best of your ability. Build credibility with your actions and conduct so that if a door opens one day, you can share the love of Christ with someone else. And, what if that door doesn’t open? Trust God to be active invisibly. Know that when Christ is for us, no one can be successful against us. Put your trust in God so that He’s able to help you. He honors those who honor Him.

Enjoy your Friday, “Working for Christ”!

“Working for Christ”

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3 Comments on “Are You Alone?”


  1. This is great one to start off a weekend!!!! 🙂

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  2. yalandarose Says:

    more of us need to do like your friend by standing out for Christ, too many Christians forget we are supposed to stand out from the world

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