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We are the salt the silent work of influence and the light the visible manifestation of God in people’s lives.
Contributor: Jose Marin (2 sermons shared)
Shared: 10/22/2001
God has called us to live our lives as Bold Adventurers. We are called to live a unique life, a bold life and life where we know who we are why we believe. How do we fulfill the adventure that God has set before us?
Scripture: 1 Peter 3:8-3:17
Shared: 2/9/2014
Five Qualities in which Christians are to be Like Salt.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 5:13
Shared: 5/31/2005
Matthew 5: 13 - 16 Christians need to be the Salt of the World and be Light
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 8/1/2002
There are lots of bad role models in this world . But Jesus called us to be role models of His way of life for others. So, how do I become the kind of role model he wants me to be and how can I make a difference in the lives of others?
Shared: 5/20/2012
Too many Christians fail to appropriate the benefits, privileges and responsibilities of being salt and light. As a result, millions suffer because they continue to be spoiled by the world and its destrutive ways. Similarly, approximately 5.7 billion peop
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-5:16
Tags: Faith
Shared: 8/19/2003
, “If your church was removed tomorrow from your neighborhood, from the community, would anybody notice?” I know you would notice, but what about the people in our community?
Denomination: Nazarene
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-5:16
Shared: 6/24/2004
If a Christian makes little effort in his Christianity, What value does he have for God?
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-5:16
Shared: 6/19/2002
Salt and Light share 3 things in common: both are important for survival; produce purity; reveal truth. Christians do not try to be salt and light; they ARE salt and light.
Series: Evangelism
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-5:16
Shared: 2/23/2006
You "Are" The Salt You "Are" The Light! It does not state you could be the Salt or the light. It does not say you should be the salt and the light. It says you "are". It is a promise!
Denomination: Anglican
Shared: 3/12/2015