Many Christians seek to move mountains or to walk on water yet have never engaged in menial things that people never notice. We seek to do great things because ultimately we will gain praises from people. Jesus rarely spoke about the ‘big’ things but told His disciples that they must be like servants. it is better to be a servant of god than to be a slave to this world. you cannot ask God to move mountains for you if you cannot do something as simple as treating people like how you expect to be treated. A lot of people look good on the outside yet inside is who they really are when nobody’s watching.
How do you treat people at your workplace or school or college? Is it the same way Jesus would? Are we the same character we are in church and at home? or do we wear a facade whenever we go to church. Jesus said that in order to be the greatest one must be the least. (Matthew 20:26)
It is no use proclaiming God’s word if you are not living it. If a man say, I love God, and hates his brother, he is a liar: for he that loves not his brother whom he has seen, how can he love God whom he has not seen? (1John 4:20).
So wherever you go and whoever you meet, share God’s love, whether it be that slow cashier or that annoying employee or that selfish colleague. Do it for God, who knows, he or she could be saved because of your Christlike love.