Luke 3:10 (Earthly Good)

This post is really great and I wanted to share it with my readers. I hope you find it as inspiring as I do and I truly hope it motivates someone to take a closer look at themselves. There is soooooo much more I can say about this post but I’ll let the words speak for themselves.

THE RIVER WALK

Heavenly Minded Earthly Good

The crowds asked, “What should we do?” (Luke 3:10)

Read: Numbers 26:52-28:15, Luke 3:1-22, Psalm 61:1-8, Proverbs 11:16-17

Relate: A while back I was eating at in a restaurant when from the booth behind me I overheard snippets of a conversation that caught my interest. Two guys who worked at the same place were sitting there talking about a third co-worker. That third guy was apparently a Christian. One of the two men said, “He’s practically a saint.” The other one replied, “I don’t want a saint. I want a good employee.” The conversation moved on but my mind rolled around that last statement. Since when did a good Christian not automatically equate with a good employee? Unfortunately, I’ve met a few examples that fit the bill. Even worse, I’ve been that example a few times in my past. I have heard the saying before, “He is so heavenly minded that…

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