Do As I Do

Children learn but little from what you tell them to do; children learn by watching what you do.

There are people who stand on the sidelines and tell you how to live and what to believe.

But their own lives are characterized often by the opposite of what they say.

The easy part it to tell others what to do.

The hard part is in the doing.

Beware those who stand on the side of the contest criticizing others.

Be one of those who enters the fray and puts faith into action.

Jesus said he had two commandments which were actually one–to love God and to love your neighbor. James said that the love part is expressed in doing love, not just preaching it.

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