Do You Have the Richochet Effect

China
February 17, 2011 7:07pm CST
Many of my unbelieving friends ask my how I can love God I merly point them to my students and ask them if they think they love me.Of course they do. Why? Because I loved them first ( and must admit spoil them many times, but teach them of life and respect them ) This helps them understand God. Do you have the richochette effect You know, because of the way you treat someone it helps someone else to understand God better
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@SIMPLYD (74827)
• Philippines
18 Feb 11
When you are so kind and loving to others, it's so easy to teach others about God. Your actions speaks for God. No word can compete a loving way of living in proclaiming God.
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@Redeye95 (19)
18 Feb 11
I don't know about richochet effect but I tell you, God has other ways of helping me through and making me greatful :D. I do love him, for more than one reason; for reasons specific to me (it would take a while to explain).
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@clrumfelt (5427)
• United States
8 Mar 11
The Apostle Paul wrote that we are living epistles read by all men. To me that means that people are always watching what we say and do. If they see God's love in us, it will draw them to Christ. All Christians have the Richochet effect. The more conscious of this we become, the more effective we can be.
@eileenleyva (9365)
• Philippines
18 Feb 11
Ricochet effect? A rather unusual term for Christian love that spreads like the ripple effect.... But yes, I do believe in what you are saying, God is so addicting we can't contain Him in our hearts. We have to share Him with everyone!
• United States
18 Feb 11
Lead by example as Jesus did. Who cares what others say or think of how you are the example. Unbelieving and believing friends do not mix. The only person you have to answer to is God. If an unbelieving friends cannot see the way to the truth, you will not get through and it is best to step away. You cannot have them bring you down and you should surround yourself with supportive friends. Those friends don't sound very supportive and question everything, which is good, but they sound like they could sway you wrong or make you doubt. Be careful.