Wherever we are, whatever we do we should give a good example and be worthy to be called Christian or Follower of Christ. Before we act or react, we always better should question in ourselves what our action would trigger by the other person(s). It is not bad also to wonder what Jesus would do in such an instance we are ourselves. When we consider what Jesus would do we also should learn from that reaction Jesus would make, and take on the right attitude, showing to others that we are really a follower of Christ Jesus and a worthy child of Jehovah God.
We do have to make many decisions each day. While some decisions may look easy for us while others would give us more worries, it does not mean that the easy decisions are necessary the right decisions.
The writer in this article about “What Would Jesus Do” takes his Lord Jesus Christ as his Father in heaven. But Jesus is in heaven to be the mediator between man and God, and he as we does have only One “Father in heaven”, the Only One God. It is the Elohim Hashem Jehovah who loves us and wants us to follow His son. It is that only begotten son of God who as man showed us the way to his Father.
Though the writer of the article does know he should check first with God before he is going to make decisions. We may never take them in haste so that we could regret our decisions afterwards. Always we should think first before we act.
- A Living Faith #1 Substance of things hoped for
- No man is capable of self-improvement on his own
- Follower of Jesus part of a cult or a Christian
- One mediator
- God of gods
- Only One God
- God is One
- Praise the most High Jehovah God above all
- Reasons that Jesus was not God
- “Only begotten Son” or “only begotten God”? (John 1:18)
- Jehovah יהוה YHWH JHVH God Elohim Yahweh Jahweh
- WWJD with These Memories (momslupusmagic.com)
My first reaction was anger but what would Jesus do? Father forgive her he would say. How do I teach my child a positive response from this? Pray, he would say….. So we did Does he understand? I don’t know but now, thankfully……. it is in God’s hands.
- WWJD? Weetbix, blankets, hugs and a fishing rod (s0cialjustice.wordpress.com)
Christine Rankin: “Weetbix goes a long way.” Wow! What a debate! Well at least we know THE solutions to child poverty don’t we? So, what would Jesus do again Bob, Christine and Hannah? Give the 270,000 kiwi kids in poverty a grilling for not utilizing their weetbix economically?
- Wwjd (stuffmypastorsays.wordpress.com)
“If Jesus were sitting here,” she tells them, “He would say: ‘Let My Brother Have The First Pancake. I Can Wait.’ Do you understand what I’m telling you, Henry?”
- W.W.J.D. – (What would Jesus do?) (trustingjc.wordpress.com)
We all know that when anxiety sets in, that means we have been entertain thoughts from our number one enemy and no, it’s not your sister, that mean classmate or that envious colleague.
When Jesus was on earth as man and He was being tempted in the wilderness, His weapon was the scriptures. He used the scriptures to extinguished the fiery darts of Satan. Remembering this comforted me because I was reminded that Jesus Christ understands what I am going through and He has left examples of how I should handle these situation and struggles. Use the scriptures and spend a lot of time communicating, listening and being obedient to God.
- WWJD and What Would Thomas Merton Say Watching Me Today? (pinkhammissions.wordpress.com)
Jesus wanted to do “only what he saw His Father do.” (John 5:19) Oh how I wish (we) would grab onto this principle. How it would break off our orphaned and works-oriented approach to the Father. Seun Feucht, The Culture of Revival Vol. 1 Perseverance with Joy, Pg. 139.
- Wwjd (divine273.wordpress.com)
Many times we are faced with trials and tough decisions. We can’t figure out what went wrong or if its right or not. I know i have had many times were i had to make a decision and sometimes it wasn’t a good one and sometimes it was. In those times we should stop and think WWJD… What would Jesus do?
- Alert (linesbylinda.wordpress.com)
Alert, one nation under God, work together, keep our country standing tall!
Humble yourselves and ask, “What would Jesus do?
- Wwjd (theacousticstrings.wordpress.com)
How many of us know the meaning behind the acronym? Probably quite a few. For me, it doesn’t mean “Who Wants Jelly Doughnuts” even though that sounds pretty good.
Put on something with WWJD and you are now challenged more than ever on the inside and out. You are saying you are a follower of Jesus and look to Him to guide your choices throughout your life and to show others how we are taught to behave.
- W.w.j.d. (yourfaceispolitics.wordpress.com)
I have no problem with religion. I’m kind of religious myself. I’m not the first one through the doors on Sunday morning or anything, but I have a relationship with my God that I’m comfortable with.I do, however, have a problem when it comes to mixing politics and religion. They’re like oil and water – they just don’t go together, and one of them will always float to the top.
Everyone deservers the chance to be healthy without having to bankrupt themselves.
I don’t claim to speak for Jesus, but I’m pretty sure He would agree with me on this one.
- Imitation Christianity (jacksaunsea.wordpress.com)
I had previously written a short thought several days ago about Fake Christians, which at this time I would like to look at more deeply.
Jesus Christ was a Jewish fellow who traveled his country with his companions spreading a message of “good news” (gospel). He healed the sick, raised the dead, and performed other miraculous signs and wonders. He was a teacher who spoke with tremendous insight and truth about God and the kingdom of heaven. He spent a great deal of his time with those whom were considered the lowly despised members of society, defended prostitutes, and broke religious laws of his time and culture.
With his response, Jesus shows us who we are. He shows us that he himself is a son of God, and so are all of you. Have you ever heard a Christian evangelist or missionary use that as their pitch? I haven’t.
Philippians 2:5…Your attitude should be the same as that of Christ Jesus. (NIV)
When I googled “decisions we make each day” I got numerous answers from numerous websites. The lowest number I seen at a glance was 672 and it went way up to the hundred thousand’s. I’ll just sum it up as we make many decisions each day.
Some decisions are easy while others we worry about as we ponder them. While one may fret over what to wear to work the next day for hours, someone else may take seconds to make that same decision. What is hard for one, may be easy for another. I want to talk about the hard ones; the ones that keep us awake at night, the ones that tie our stomach into knots or give us a migraine, the ones that may change our life forever. Those are the ones that everyone…
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