Do not act in silence – let the world know; they might very well agree

  • Whether you agree with the sentiment or not;
  • Whether you believe that this is an appropriate way for a church to speak publicly;
  • Whether you find fault in the use of a diety as a supposed writer;
  • You must agree that this church has a point of view which they follow through on.

 

A local church is glad to put their actions into words for the world to see.

A local church is glad to put their actions into words for the world to see.

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They openly welcome all people into their congregation and, most importantly, despite your or the greater church community’s opinion, are proud to display their actions for the world to see, they do not act in silence.

It inspired me (not by the actual message, though that is something I agree with) to say, “Sometimes actions speak louder IN words!”. If you are acting in a certain way you should speak up.

For some it is walk the talk, but many quietly go about their business and good deeds never knowing that their actions might inspire and empower others to do the same. They don’t talk the talk at all; they walk the walk in silence.

Whether you are following your own values or that of the community, country or the world, bravely let others know.

Who knows, some may even have been quietly agreeing all along.

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2 thoughts on “Do not act in silence – let the world know; they might very well agree

  1. Now that is one church sign I like. I agree with you. I believe in sharing what I have. I have left outdoor chairs, snow shovel and gardening tools available for my neighbors to use but it took telling them why I left them accessible for many to take advantage.

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