Bible Devotions

Let Your Work Speak for You

on June 21, 2011

John 5:31-47

Others spoke of Jesus.  He didn’t have to say anything on His own behalf.  Let others praise you.

Jesus’ work spoke of him.  His works were good and miraculous.  Always compassionate, merciful, forgiving, loving, and serving others.  If Jesus allowed His works to speak on His behalf, shouldn’t we?  Is our work done with excellence?  Don’t think I am asking you to do good work for the sake of being perceived good. I am not. But what I am saying is when we allow the Holy Spirit to move through us our works will be pleasing to both man and God.  Only then is our works a wonderful testimony to God’s power in us.

God the Father spoke of Jesus at His baptism.  This is the only witness that really matters.  Are we living to please God?

Scriptures spoke of Jesus.  Moses writing declared Jesus.  Reading the bible reveals Jesus.

How much do you know about Jesus, His life, His ministry, and His works on your behalf?  Study the Word of God to find out more. Then share it with a friend, neighbor, family member or co-workers.


Father, thank you for Jesus. His life, work, and death and resurrection are our guiding light. Thank you for the Holy Spirit to keep bringing to our remembrance His Words.  Help us to live by them that you may be glorified.  In Jesus’ name we pray. Amen.

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