Testimony of Behavior



There is a popular saying that goes: “Actions speak louder than words.”

One of the things nonbelievers notice the most is how a Christian behaves, especially assistants, since, supposedly, they are all born of God and baptized with the Holy Spirit. The assistants are the pastor’s right hand when it comes to the work of the Church;

therefore, just as a pastor has to lead a clean and exemplary life, both inside and outside of the Church, assistants also have to exhale the perfume of Lord Jesus and shine in this dark world.

Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven. Matthew 5.16

This has to do with the godly character of the way you dress, I’m referring to the tight and see-through clothes that certain assistants wear, which reveals the sensuality of their body; it has to do with the way you treat people in Church, at home, at work, etc., and with worldly routines, such as watching soap operas or worldly shows that have absolutely nothing of God to offer your inner being.

When an assistant allows the trash of this world into their home via the Internet or TV, he is drinking dirty water and eating rotten food that will soon kill him spiritually. As an example of this, we have thousands of “ex” assistants out there that have fallen along the way in the desert. There is a Brazilian TV station, for example, that is a deadly enemy of the gospel. It is a channel that connects the inspirations and determinations that take place in meetings that are held in hell, with the intent of destroying families and spiritual weakening God’s people. An example of this was the gay kiss.

Assistants, if you are addicted to soap operas and regular programs that air on this channel, as well as on the wine of this world, then you are spiritually weak because it is impossible to be strong when your nourishment comes from such food.

The assistants that are getting drunk from this wine are staggering toward a cruel future. Take a look at what God asks from us in Proverbs 24.11:

Deliver those who are drawn toward death, and hold back those stumbling to the slaughter.


May the Spirit of God bless you!

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