Flip A Coin

Flipping

Who are you, really? Are you who you say you are? Do your actions reflect the person you think you are, or someone completely different?

Let’s flip a coin and find out.

One side of the coin is your belief system, which is what you think and say you believe. The other side of the coin is what you actually believe and how you live it. They should be the same, right?

Wrong.

For most of us, those two sides of the coin are often very different and we don’t even see it. Is it any wonder that we get confused?

The word believe means to have confidence or faith in the truth, to be certain of something and have no doubt. John 1:20 says this:

“For all the promises of God in Him are Yes, and in Him Amen, to the glory of God through us.”

We think we believe all the promises of God. We even say we believe those promises. But do we act like it?

Next time you pull out a coin, consider which side is the real you.

 

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