In the eyes of the world, it is not our relationship with Jesus Christ that counts; it is our resemblance to him!
When you read the quote above, especially the last part of the quote, do you agree with the author or disagree? Why did you answer the way you did?: When I read the above quote, especially the last part of the quote, I totally agreed with the author. Why did I agree? I agreed, because we can go around all day long, everyday, saying that we are a Christian, but until we show that we are a Christian, it does not make a bit of difference. Anyone can say they are a Christian, but do their actions back them up? What type of fruit are they producing? Fresh from the vine, delicious smelling fruit? Or, rotten, dying on the vine fruit? The world does not care how many ministries you participate in, or how many Jesus tshirts you wear, or how many wwjd bracelets you wear. They want to see some real evidence that Jesus is living in you, and how much you look like your Father. They want to know that you will listen to them with a non-judgemental heart, that you will pray for them, and encourage them. They do not want you to preach hell and brimstone to them, they want to hear, and especially see the love of God flowing from your heart into theirs.