What would Jesus do?

 

There is a billboard in a town near me that is owned by a political comedian. (tongue in cheek) He changes the sign every month making silly statements about the state of the government. And he also points out obvious things we should be thinking about. The last time I drove by it said, “Who wouldn’t want to make America great again?” Of course we do! But I’m going to go out on a limb here (and this is my personal opinion and some may not agree with me,) but I don’t think that America is better right now under the new leadership. What has happened since January? Inequality, more prejudice since the civil war, violence, and neo-nazis coming out of the woodwork.

The next question is, “What would Jesus do?” Jesus associated with all kinds of people: Jews, Samaritans, sinners, the blind and lame, tax collectors, men and women. I know there were also people of all skin tones in his time and he treated them all the same. He created and loves each and every one of us and asks us to do the same. I live in a small city of only 50-60,000 and white people are definitely the majority here. But when I do go to a more populated area, I make sure to smile at everyone I meet and make sure to treat them like I would my friends at church.

And if they don’t treat you the same the Bible says, “If anyone will not welcome you or listen to your words, leave that home or town and shake the dust off your feet.” Mt. 10:14 There are times when it is best to just walk away. You can pray for them and leave them for God to love in other ways. But using harsh words or curse words in return will only make them think, “suuuuure, she’s a good (hypocritical) Christian.” So friends, put on a happy face and smile at everyone you see because it might be the only one they see today. It may be they just got bad news and they needed something to change their outlook. Be Jesus for them today.

The holidays are here! Tomorrow is Halloween, soon it will be Thanksgiving and then before we know it, it will be Christmas!! but this is the first year we will be empty nesters and my first without the kids around. So to cheer myself up and invite friends to share the holidays with me, I am starting a Linkup party!! Note: I am on the West coast so I will be posting later than some of you in the East.

Here are the rules:

  1. Family friendly posts only, others will be deleted.

  2. Post up to two blogs or pages.

  3. Visit two other pages and leave encouraging comments or share on social media.

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6 thoughts on “What would Jesus do?

  1. Yes, Jesus loves all races equally and has chosen people from every tribe and nation to be with Him forever in heaven. We are to love others above ourselves, and this also includes strangers.

  2. Steph, the Bible should be the standard for which we measure everything! We should always ask the question, what would Jesus do in this situation? Thanks for sharing, I’m visiting you today from Coffee For Your Heart Linkup.

  3. A great reminder that Jesus would pray and love. Just what we need to look like at all times. Congratulations on your linkup!!! I’m sure you’ll love it!

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