Salty Enough?

Recently, I have been working part-time (in between touring) at Boston Pizza as a server. I am very thankful for this opportunity to meet new people and bring Jesus into the work place. It's another reminder to me that each and every one of us are called to spread the Word to this world. The Bible calls us "salt & light", but I think that sometimes this phrase ends up a little cliche, and we really don't "get it" to it's true meaning. Let's take salt for instance, when someone wants their food to taste that much better, often times they will reach for the salt. In the same way, people want to enhance the flavour of their lives. Knowing they need something more - they reach out. Who better than the Salt of the Earth to pique their spiritual tastebuds? As God's Children, we have the flavour people need to make their lives complete. And when they have had their portion of Salt they'll be pretty thirsty, and so we point them to Wellspring - Jesus. From Whom comes the Lasting Water, that with one drink they will NEVER thirst again!
Blessings!
d.

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    :)I think that you hit the nail on the head with this blog. we are called to be salt and light...the salt represents our preserving power in situations, like being peacemakers and servants in the face of conflict and selfish motives. We are light because in the darkness of lost human souls, we shine the beacon of hope that points people to the true Living Water. Good blog, not stuffy or unreal, and we can apply the truth of this lesson to our daily life. Well done!

    smileI think that you hit the nail on the head with this blog. we are called to be salt and light...the salt represents our preserving power in situations, like being peacemakers and servants in the face of conflict and selfish motives. We are light because in the darkness of lost human souls, we shine the beacon of hope that points people to the true Living Water. Good blog, not stuffy or unreal, and we can apply the truth of this lesson to our daily life. Well done!

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