The Power of a Godly Influence
Peter told those undergoing persecution that their trials could provide them with a tremendous opportunity to positively influence the unbelievers all around them. He told them to guard their behavior and public conduct so those unbelievers would observe their good deeds and reverse their slander of them—and perhaps become converts to Christianity themselves. We should live so that others will look at us and want to know the God who has transformed us.
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Meaningful connections with other people aren’t just nice to have—they’re essential to mental, physical, and spiritual health. But every relationship has one common denominator: you. Spend the next seven days discovering what you can do to improve your relationships, with help from Scripture and the teachings of Charles F. Stanley.