Let My Works Speak!

A song a long time ago was sung entitled, “May the Works I’ve Done, Speak for Me”. It’s a nice song and it’s rather true. Our works carry our voice. It speaks. When you love on someone, it speaks. When you hate on someone, it speaks. When you forgive, it speaks. When you won’t forgive, it speaks. One day, our deeds will testify. They will either testify on our behalf or against us but they will take the witness stand to give a full report. The good thing about it is that you can change the testimony of your deeds. As long as you are breathing, you have an opportunity to change what your deeds will say on the stand. But every day you procrastinate is a day wasted and none of us knows how many days we have been granted as second chances.

I want the works I have done to speak well for me. Not that I am saved by works but by grace through faith. Nevertheless, my salvation came with responsibilities and if God be my Strength, I plan to do all that He has put in my heart and hands to do. When my turn comes for my deeds to take the witness stand, I want my prosecutors to say, CASE DISMISSED, because my deeds have testified on behalf of the Defendant.

Therefore, who can lay charge to God’s elect when He has justified me? Won’t God bring about justice for those who love Him and obey His Word? Will He not vindicate me against the enemy who brings charges against me? Surely my accusers will face me and bring railing accusations against me, but my hands will be clean before God of any man’s blood.

Do what God has called you to and remain consistent no matter how hard the press. You already have the grace to stand, we just need to do it.
James 2:18, “Yea, a man may say, You have faith, and I have works: show me your faith without your works, and I will show you my faith by my works.”
James 3:13, ” Who is wise and understanding among you? Let him show it by his good life, by deeds done in the humility that comes from wisdom.”
Let our works speak!”

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