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So That All May Know

One of the joys of following Jesus is the sense of adventure that each day brings.  All conversations present opportunities to share the love of Christ.  All interactions give us the chance to point others to Jesus.  Our lives are "on mission" for the glory of God!  
As I was reading through Psalm 145 recently, I was struck by a phrase that occurs near the middle of the psalm: so that all people may know (v.12).  The context of this phrase is praise.  We praise and worship God because He alone is worthy of our praise, but as a byproduct of our worship (offering our bodies and lives to Christ as "living sacrifices") other people get to hear and see how great our God is. There is an evangelism component to our worship.  King David put it this way: 
Your faithful people extol you.  They tell of the glory of your kingdom and speak of your might, so that all people may know of your mighty acts and the glorious splendor of your kingdom.  (Psalm 145:10-12)     
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