Identified In Christ

Romans 1:16 "For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek."

            I woke this morning wanting to make breakfast burritos for my family. I quickly realized that I did not have any burrito shells. I had to make a trip to the local store. My family is on a gluten free (GF) diet.  The local store has GF burrito shells available. When I arrived to the shelf, I found the space that houses the GF shells vacant.  Oh no! At that time a manager walked up and asked if I was finding everything I needed.  I exclaimed, NO!  He went to the back attempting to remedy my dilemma, but, to no avail returned with the bad news.  None in storage.

            At that point, I decided to continue my search. I did not give up that easily.  I did not find any products labeled GF on their packages or on the skeu.  I had to turn some products over to read the ingredients.  Yeah! I found a product that was labeled GF within the ingredients.  I was thankful that I found the product, but it was an inconvenience.  Took a good amount of time.

            What does your label or trade mark say?  Can someone see by your packaging (presentation) that you are an ambassador of Jesus Christ? What do you communicate? What are you made of?  Can others see GF (God Fearing) in your ingredients?  Do you advertise it up front or would someone have to dig to find it?  Are you ashamed to expose your faith? Are your ingredients healthy for others to consume?  Many imitations....few natural, genuine examples. 

Which will you be?

           


            

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