When someone asks us about GOD, do we immediately "jump" into telling them "what GOD has done for us; do we begin telling them "how hard we work to bring others to the LORD"? Do we have these "flashes of repentance" where we ask "forgiveness" for the same sin over and over, until it has no meaning, no heart and no Truth? A SERVANT becomes the SAME as his "MASTER", and the "MASTER" uses HIMSELF in us to draw others to HIM. Philippians 1:20, "...in no way am I ashamed...and CHRIST will be exalted in me, whether by life or by death." Do we, through ignorance, pride or arrogance, want GOD'S GLORY by elevating ourselves in other's eyes? We don't have to go looking to "preach the GOSPEL", THE GOD IN US WILL DRAW THEM TO US; OR GOD WILL PLACE US IN THEIR MIDST. WHEN A SERVANT DOES NOT SEEK HIS OWN "SATISFACTION", GOD GIVES HIM, "HIS" OWN CONTENTMENT.
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