Conviction – a fixed or firmly held belief.
Are you convinced in that which you claim to believe?
Your conviction reveals your commitment, and your commitment is seen through your actions.
When a person stands trial, there are two sides working to prove the person to be either guilty or innocent. The one who is on trail is completely exposed. The person’s character is revealed through questions, other’s testimonies, and cross examinations.
Are you guilty of your convictions?
Do you live them?
What would the closest people in your life say about it?
Would you be willing to give your life for your convictions?
The challenge this week is to put into alignment your thoughts, words and actions with your convictions (beliefs).
Let us not be a generation of only telling people about a way, instead, let’s show it by live it in every way.
May we be found guilty of living out what we believe!
Verse of the week:
For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes.