Watch Me!

S. O. A. P.

Here’s Your 90 second AM Devotional!

S-cripture:

Titus 2:7a

In everything set them an example by doing what is good.

O-bservation:

In addressing one of his young associates, the Apostle Paul told Titus that he was to be an example or role model for young men and women. He was to accomplish this by doing what is GOOD.

A-pplication:

Being a role model for young adults is not an easy task. We must first believe that others are watching what we do and how we do it. Not only are our actions important, our words are just as important. What we present by way of our words is being listened to. There’s a great need not only in the world, but also within the “Body of Jesus Followers,” that we CLEAN IT UP! I hear young adults say … I hear you “Talk the Talk,” but can you “Walk the Walk?” Paul, the writer here, had earlier said to the church at Corinth, “Follow me as I follow Christ” (1 Cor. 11:1). In other words, Paul was saying “Don’t just listen to what I say, watch what I do!” He was putting himself out there. He was being a role model for young adults. Paul proved that not only could he “Talk the Talk,” he could also “Walk the Walk.” I trust you’re ready to join the Apostle today and say to the young adults around you, “Watch Me!”

P-rayer:

Dear Jesus,

Today it is my earnest prayer that I could humbly say to young adults, “Watch Me!” I know You are calling my generation to “Clean It Up” in word and deed. Help me lead the way. Amen

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  • Yanick Lacroix Reply

    I heard a song this morning that said, “You may not believe me but watch me!”
    I was a teacher who did not tired my students with lectures but by modeling each activity, I had my students read and write along with me. I think that God has giving His only begotten and taught us, by example, how to love and give unconditionally.

    June 30, 2015 at 10:13 am
  • Cynthia B. Reply

    Good Word! Actions do speak louder than words!! Thanks PR

    June 30, 2015 at 12:23 pm

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