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Title: A Christian in a Non-Christian World


Author: Seet, Charles



Being a Christian is a full-time job. All of us here who believe in Christ are constantly employed in this full-time job of living as Christians in a non-Christian World. Being a Christian affects us constantly in the way we live, from day to day, at home, or at work, or even at play. It demands constant attention, diligent effort and mental and spiritual energy. It is something we have to keep working on (Philippians 2:12, 13). It will not come about by itself. But it is gainful work, because it yields important results. It is this kind of consistent, daily Christian living that exerts a great influence on those around us: our family, our friends and colleagues. The influence that we have on others, can make a really important permanent impact on them. Being Christians means living lives that will consistently display God's work and power in our lives. It means consciously making a good impression on those around us, by our godly influence, so that they, too, will want to know and follow Christ.