February 11 Leviticus 15,16,17; Acts 18

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Shake It Off | Kim Chipman

S~ But when they opposed and insulted him, Paul shook the dust from his clothes and said, “Your blood is upon your own heads—I am innocent. From now on I will go preach to the Gentiles.” Acts 18:6 (NLT)

O~ Paul was trying to convince Jews and Greeks alike that Jesus was the Messiah.

A~ My son has been struggling with witnessing to some of his friends. His heart is tender and precious – he wants them to believe! He wants to convince them! It is difficult for him to move on from it. This is a great reminder that we do have a responsibility to share, but we do not necessarily need to endure insulting torture. Ultimately, changing hearts is Your work. We need to share genuinely and do the work of living out the reality of God’s promises in our own lives. There could be times that You continue to ask us to share…but we may be one step on the staircase.

P~ Lord, thank You for recording Paul’s struggle in your Word. Help me to share this with my boy so he can feel a sense of peace when he has does all he can to share You.

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