March 16, 2019
For we cannot but speak the things which we have seen and heard. Acts 4:20
Somewhere in California during the gold rush of 1849, the story is told of two gold miners who struck a particularly rich vein of gold one day. They decided not to tell anyone else, so they could keep it for themselves. They went into town to get better equipment to mine the gold, but when they left, scores of people followed. Their jubilation was written all over their faces.
Is what’s in your heart written all over your face? Oh, how I pray that each person reading this today will not hide what they have found in Jesus Christ. I want people who see you today to say, “I don’t know what’s going on, but I want what she has. I want what he has.” The gift of salvation is for you, but it is also for others to behold in you and desire to have the same for themselves.