For we take thought beforehand and aim to be honest and absolutely above suspicion, not only in the sight of the Lord but also in the sight of men.


Our lives are not faultless; otherwise we would be in Heaven. As Christians we need to be aware of our actions, and take consideration before we act. We must do what we can to be living epistles to those around us.

As a baby Christian I was very disappointed with what I saw in Christian circles around me. In fact, some of the folks drove me back to a reformed church. As Christians, they were living empty worldly lives, and much confusion surrounded them.

The first time I met Kenneth Hagin Jnr. I knew that I had met a man of God. All of his actions spoke of a God who loved me, and wanted bless me. There was no chasm between the God that Pastor Ken spoke about, and his own personal life. As I watched him, I witnessed a gracious and kind man, caring and concerned for those around him, and even for my own personal future. What I witnessed in him drew me closer to Jesus.

Your life is a powerful witness to others, positively or negatively. Be careful how you respond and handle things. If you fly off in the flesh, don’t be surprised that others may not believe your Christian witness. Measure your actions and walk in a way that honours God and His Word. I did not say that you should to be perfect, but let it be Christ that others see in you, NOT only at church, but in your home too!

You never know who is watching you.

Living for God always brings blessing to the lives of others!

In His Presence- Day by Day: Dr. Lyndie McCauley