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Will You Share?

Updated: Apr 22

I cried and cried with tears pouring down my cheeks during the worship services. My heart was so full of enormous gratitude and extravagant love after receiving Jesus Christ as my Savior. Regardless of where I was, throughout the day I was drawn to express my deep appreciation of what He’d done, “Thank You, Jesus! I love You, Jesus! Thank You, Lord!” I had been so radically saved and changed that all I could do with great humility was express my love and gratitude.


I had been brought out of a life of darkness, despair, and without hope into a new life of love! Never did I ever dream or fathom there could be such a daily loving, personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Therefore, as a baby Christian my prayers were full of love and gratitude… thanking Him and telling Him over and over how much I love Him. I felt like the woman who wiped Jesus’s feet with her tears and hair in Luke 47:7 ”I tell you, her sins, which are many, are forgiven—for she loved much. But he who is forgiven little, loves little.”  


Jesus had revealed Himself to me and I was forever changed. I wanted my unsaved colleagues to receive and know Him, too! I even asked some older Christians let’s rent a bus and round up unbelievers and take them to church so they can receive Jesus Christ as Savior. Unfortunately, these older Christians didn’t fan the flame of that zealous idea, but squashed it. So, instead I personally one-on-one shared what Jesus Christ had done in my life as well as invite my fellow unbelieving educators to go with me to church. Some went; others didn’t. I left the results with the Lord.


When Jesus reveals Himself to someone, they tell others! That’s what happened in John 4:5-42 to the Samaritan woman at the well when Jesus revealed Himself as the Messiah to her in whom He saw genuine spiritual hunger. She was the first believer in any of the Gospels to straightaway become an evangelist, and bring her entire city to a saving knowledge of Jesus. She ran to town and told the men in town about Jesus! They saw the drastic change in her and went to Jesus to find out for themselves. She had no fear of man – of what they might say or do! She boldly shared!  In John 4:39 the Gospel writer tells us, “Many Samaritans from that city believed in him because of the woman’s testimony.”  


What about you? Do you have a testimony to share of what God has done in, for, or through you? Someone is waiting to hear it. Will you share?


Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen." Matthew 28:19-20


Myrna Brogdon

Los Fresnos, Texas

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