Where’s your passion?

Where’s your passion?
This entry is part 14 of 23 in the series WWJD?

At one time we too were foolish, disobedient, deceived and enslaved by all kinds of passions and pleasures. We lived in malice and envy, being hated and hating one another. ~Titus 3:3

When Passion is on the throne, reason is out of doors. ~ Matthew Henry 

How is it with your passion? Are they in submission to Christ, or do they have free reign, interfering with your spiritual life? To be “enslaved by passions” is something that was a problem for us at one time, Paul wrote to Titus. To continue to be so enslaved is unnecessary. Christ has set us free from the rule of passion. Our part is to, by a faith decision, appropriate the work He has done.


If we must be passionate, let’s be passionate about asking, “What Would Jesus do?”


From 365 WWJD: Daily Answers to What Would Jesus Do?


Walk the Walk, don’t just Talk the Talk!


Giselle Aguiar
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WWJD? The question we should ask ourselves every time we're facing a decision, when we're confronted, angry, shocked, frustrated, annoyed, impatient or panicked. What would Jesus say? What would Jesus write? We can wear the WWJD? bracelets and display the stickers, but do we walk the walk? Christians should strive to be like Christ. When the first WWJD? movement started, there was no social networking and viral meant the flu. Today, we have the means and opportunity to revive the WWJD? movement and make a difference in this world.

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