MONDAY, JULY 20, 2019


Jeremiah 17:11, 1 John 5:19, Galatians 1:3-4


Are you a Christian when no one is watching? A Christian who does not only profess Christ but also possesses Christ? Are you a Christian only on Sundays or every time?

Being a Christian does not equate self-righteousness but living a life just like Christ who is our perfect example. The word “Christian” has been abused for “churchgoers”. Today a lot of people claim to be Christians, displaying religiosity and confession of Christ’s followership. This reality is so prevalent that many true Christians no longer understand the differences between them and nominal Christians. Christians are not of the world, though they live in the world (John 17:14–16). The believers in Antioch were first called Christians (Acts 11:26) because the people of the city saw equated their lifestyle to Jesus. A Christian, therefore, is one who has truly repented of his sins, accepted Christ as his personal Saviour; and, as a result, lives a righteous life in this sinful world. Many call themselves Christians but have little tangibility of what they profess. May the Lord help us to possess what we profess. In this corrupt world, where corruption has become the order of the day, Christians must arise and allow their light to shine, saying no to corrupt practices. Corruption benefits the unscrupulous to the detriment of others. It is evil.

PLEDGE: I believe in Jesus Christ and I would live to please Him alone. I will stand for the values the Bible teaches. I am a Christian. So, help me God.

MEMORY VERSE FOR THE WEEK Jeremiah 17:11 (NKJV) - “As a partridge that broods but does not hatch, So is he who gets riches, but not by right; It will leave him in the midst of his days, And at his end he will be a fool.”