I Double-Dog Dare You To…

…do seven random acts of kindness (one for each day of the week).

…talk to someone you don’t know.

…tell someone that Jesus loves them.

Challenge: Do one of the three dares above!! 😀

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  1. An encouragement for Dare 3, from Charles Spurgeon, Morning and Evening, Jan 12
    We ought not to court publicity for our virtue, or notoriety for our
    zeal; but, at the same time, it is a sin to be always seeking to hide
    that which God has bestowed upon us for the good of others. A Christian
    is not to be a village in a valley, but “a city set upon a hill;” he is
    not to be a candle under a bushel, but a candle in a candlestick,
    giving light to all. Retirement may be lovely in its season, and to
    hide one’s self is doubtless modest, but the hiding of Christ in us can
    never be justified, and the keeping back of truth which is precious to
    ourselves is a sin against others and an offence against God. If you
    are of a nervous temperament and of retiring disposition, take care
    that you do not too much indulge this trembling propensity, lest you
    should be useless to the church. Seek in the name of him who was not
    ashamed of you to do some little violence to your feelings, and tell to
    others what Christ has told to you. If thou canst not speak with
    trumpet tongue, use the still small voice. If the pulpit must not be
    thy tribune, if the press may not carry on its wings thy words, yet say
    with Peter and John, “Silver and gold have I none; but such as I have
    give I thee.” By Sychar’s well talk to the Samaritan woman, if thou
    canst not on the mountain preach a sermon; utter the praises of Jesus
    in the house, if not in the temple; in the field, if not upon the
    exchange; in the midst of thine own household, if thou canst not in the
    midst of the great family of man. From the hidden springs within let
    sweetly flowing rivulets of testimony flow forth, giving drink to every
    passer-by. Hide not thy talent; trade with it; and thou shalt bring in
    good interest to thy Lord and Master. To speak for God will be
    refreshing to ourselves, cheering to saints, useful to sinners, and
    honouring to the Saviour. Dumb children are an affliction to their
    parents. Lord, unloose all thy children’s tongue.

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