‘There are three conversions we must have with God. The first is of the
heart; the second is of the mind; and the third is of the purse’ Martin Luther,
‘Three grand essentials to happiness in this life are: something to do,
something to love, and something to hope for’ Joseph Addison, writer (1672-1719).
‘In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes
on’ Robert Frost, poet (1874-1963).
Three Simple Godly Habits
Read the Scriptures daily as was the custom of Jesus (Luke 4:16)
Pray daily, Jesus frequently went alone to a secluded place to pray (Matthew
14:23 and Luke 6:12).
Share with others about Jesus, what He has done and can do today and do
this as often as you can. Jesus daily taught the people (Matthew 26:55).
Three Principle Postures of Love
It gives with joy.
It receives with appreciation.
It rebukes with humility and hope.
If Jesus came today would you be ready?
Are you satisfied with what you have done for Jesus?
Will you go to heaven alone - have you brought anyone to Christ?
Three Types of People
Alligators: they will eat your vision.
Spectators: they will cheer you on.
Participators: they will join in with you.
Three Additional Types of People
It has been said that there are three types of people on earth:
Those that make things happen.
Those that watch things happen.
And those that let things happen.
While there is a place for watching and allowing things to happen, when God speaks
then act. When Peter was invited to walk on water he just jumped out of the boat
in obedience and began to walk, but when he looked at the natural, unbelief crept
in and he sank (Matthew 14:22-33). If God has not told you to do something that is
impossible (i.e. jump from the top of a high building) then don’t attempt it. Do not put
the Lord your God to the test.
Three Ways to Evangelise
By our lips.
By our lives.
By our love.
We should try to share our testimony with people, individually or collectively, share passages of
Scripture from the Bible and let our life shine, thus showing that we belong to Jesus.
Actions often speak louder than words so look for opportunities to share the good news.