Most days, what do we talk about?

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“…the Christian is meant to be praising and glorifying the Lord Jesus Christ.”

“We are meant to talk to people about the Lord Jesus Christ and to tell them He is the Son of God and that He has come into this world in order to save men and women… We are meant to tell men exactly why the world is as it is; we are meant to tell them about sin in the human heart and that nobody and nothing can deal with it save the Son of God…

We are very ready to talk about our doctors, and to praise the man who cured us when so many failed; we talk about some business which is better than others, or about films and plays and actors and actresses, and a thousand and one other things. We are always glorifying people, the world is full of it, and the Christian is meant to be praising and glorifying the Lord Jesus Christ.”  (From: Tolle Lege, “Talk to people about the Lord Jesus Christ” by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Dec. 11, 2008; original from D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Safe in the World, p.88)

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About Jill

I'm a wife, mom to three beautiful children, and currently work at two jobs for which I'm very grateful -- part-time at my kids' school, and as children's ministry director at Redeemer PCA in Athens, GA, a place our family treasures as our church home. It's been thirty years since the Lord saved me, and to this day I'm astounded at His steadfast love shed upon unfaithful me. My hope would be that I might speak and write in ways God would use to soften hearts toward Him, that we would together be enamored by the glorious beauty of Jesus and awakened to His love unimagined. Thanks so much for reading!
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