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Drippin' Jesus

Tuesday, May 16

Drippin’ Jesus
By: Pastor Mark White

"Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone."Colossians 4:6 (NIV)

Recently I heard someone say, “I want to be drippin’ Jesus wherever I go.” That is so awesome!

Have you ever considered the impact of "dripping Jesus" wherever you go? It's a powerful idea, isn't it? Imagine your words and actions being so infused with the grace and the wisdom of Jesus, like a flavorful seasoning that touches the lives of those around you.

As followers of Christ, we are called to be salt and light in the world. Colossians 4:6 reminds us to let our conversations be always full of grace, seasoned with salt. But what does it mean to "drip Jesus"?

To "Drip Jesus" is to engage in conversations with grace and compassion. It's about choosing our words carefully, considering how they will impact others. Just as salt adds flavor to a dish, our words should bring encouragement, understanding, and hope. We can speak truth with love, gently guiding and inspiring those we interact with.

"Dripping Jesus" also means being intentional about our actions. Not only does salt add flavor but it also serves as a preservative. Our actions should preserve and promote goodness, righteousness, and kindness. We can demonstrate Christ's love by being quick to forgive, showing empathy, and extending a helping hand when we see someone in need.

When we "drip Jesus," our lives become a living testimony of Jesus’ grace and truth. People are drawn to the saltiness of our character, the kindness in our words, and the compassion in our actions. And, maybe through our example, others can see and know the transforming power of Christ's love.

So, let's live the words of Colossians 4:6 and strive to let our conversations be always full of grace, seasoned with salt. Let's be intentional about "dripping Jesus" wherever we go.

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