Fixing Things for God
Monday, June 15, 2009

References: Titus 1

Surgeons will tell you it takes a steady hand to perform open-heart surgery. There are quite a few things that can go wrong during this invasive procedure, so we want to be sure the doctors are well-trained, always with the patient’s best interest in mind. Now, we too need to take this approach when it comes to fixing things for God. For some of us, this may mean counseling a friend with a broken heart. For others, it could be helping somebody find their way back to the Lord. Whatever it is, God is calling you to treat others with the utmost care. Today on Light of the Word, Pastor Steve Mays likens it to the responsibility Titus had with the people of the early Church.

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