Wear Your Faith

God, how best can I serve you?

Wear your faith, my child, not in jewelry but actions. Jewelry is a nice reminder for you, but it just becomes jewelry if nothing is done in prayer with it. Clothes make a statement and sometimes inspire others into action, but they themselves do not act.

You must take action. To wear your faith is to be kind to others in need, helping and counselling when called upon. It is loving everyone you meet, regardless of who they are or what they have done, without judgement.

Each of my children has been given specific talents to make use of. These come with great joy but also with great responsibility. Talents, to be used in the service of others, are a gift to the world.

You have a mighty responsibility to act as a disciple, a teacher to all. Share my love, and show it to the world. Let them see me through your deeds, your smile, in your eyes and through your words.

Be an example not only of love and kindness but of forgiveness. This is not always easy but is always required. My gift of forgiveness, my Son’s gift, was not easy, but it was needed for all. You must follow that example and forgive, even when it is painfully hard.

Some burdens are heavier to carry, and others may seem impossible. Know this child, I give you nothing you cannot handle. You are not charged with any responsibility with which you cannot fulfill.

I have many apostles and disciples, even now. Be wary though, child, for there are also many false prophets bearing witness with only their own elation and greed as their goal. Look with your spirit, and you will see them for what they are, and more importantly for what they are not.

My words and love have stood the test of time and my faithful are plentiful. I love all my children and you will know them by their acts and by their words. Join them and live your faith deeply, honestly and completely.

When you live a life based in love and your actions are a mirror of that, and when you use your talents in service of others, then you live as you were meant to. Live this way always my child, let it lead the way and wherever you go, always wear your faith.

If you liked this, you can find additional Conversations with God on my website.

Published by Leslie Dobson

Leslie has been writing since she was a young child, first with poetry and short stories and later with song lyrics, young adult stories and inspirational sayings. She is a multi-genre author and her blogs and books come when and where the Spirit leads.

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