4-52 Voices January 28, 2014
The C3 Leaders devotion is a peer-to-peer weekly reflection from business leaders related to their journey with Christ. Each weekly devotion will be written by a different author from among the C3 Leaders community, 52 unique authors to be exact.
As we go through this next year together, we pray that these words and reflections will encourage you in your relationship with Jesus Christ.
Bob King is the CEO of COO Services, LLC
A Devotional from Bob King, COO Services, LLC
Becoming a mirror that reflects the glory of Christ
2 Corinthians 3:18
How do your daily activities, actions and thoughts reflect the glory of Christ? Do they? If you are like me, many, many times a day I am not a reflection of the glory of Christ.
Think about the driver who drives 50 miles an hour in the left lane. Or,
the person who takes up two parking spaces in a crowded lot. What about the lady
with the bumper sticker message that drives you nuts prominently placed on her
car? Or, the other religions who openly worship something or someone you do not
believe in? Maybe it is a dishonest business person or a politician with a
different point of view.
What is it in us that elicit a negative response to other people?
Additional Bible readings:
- Matthew 5: 43-48
- Matthew 7: 1-5
- Matthew 22: 39
- Matthew 23: 23-26
- Mark 12:31
- John 13: 34-35
- 1 Peter 3: 8-12
- For the next two weeks, every time you encounter someone who ‘aggravates’ you or read something that is ‘offensive’ ……………..respond audibly, saying, “God loves them, too.”
- Discuss how you can better reflect the glory of Christ with your spouse.
- Be deliberate with your actions to “Reflect the glory of Christ” in every interaction you have.
You can reach Bob King at firstname.lastname@example.org