Spread the Good Word: 1 John 4:18 (again)

by | Oct 21, 2016 | The Good Word | 0 comments


We realized that we’ve actually highlighted this verse on Good Word Friday once before in 2016, but why not another reminder, especially during this time of year when everyone is so focused on fear?

One aspect of the gospel that can be a little scary is giving your testimony. But praising God is much, much less intimidating when you’re doing it among friends who believe the same as you rather than among the skeptical (although we’re called to both). So, if you’ve been hesitating to send in a Miracle Monday out of fear, then we encourage you to please set that fear aside. Your story is shared among friends here. 

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