Should you share what you believe?

share, gratitude, thankful, willingOnce when my wife and I were leaving the mall, we heard someone screaming. A woman was being mugged. When I saw that a man was beating her while pulling at her purse, I ran toward them without even thinking.  The man saw me and took off running.  Thank goodness he ran!

The woman was beaten but was very appreciative for the help.  After the police arrived my wife and I left.  A week or two later I received a thank you card in the mail with a gift.  I did not expect anything from this person; however, I found it interesting that because she received a gift (help in a crisis) she felt compelled to return the favor.

If you believe something it seems that it is a major part of your life.  If you believe something, then do you do something with it or about it?

How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one that they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them? Romans 10:14 (NIV)

If someone saves you, are you compelled to do something about it?  Do your beliefs show in your actions?  Do you have a thankful heart?  Are you willing to tell others what this person did for you?  Have you really accepted Jesus Christ as your personal savior?  If He has saved you, are you living a life of gratitude and sharing what He has done with others ?

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