It is important that our walk matches our talk -- that the way we live our life is consistent with the way we say we should. Too many people talk the right stuff but don't live it.
I see another problem, as well. It is just as
important that our talk matches our walk -- that what we say explains what we
do. I see many people in churches doing marvelous deeds and good works in the
community because they are Christian. But they don't tell people why they are
doing it. Are they just nice people? Or is it really more than that? Are they
doing it because of the difference Christ has made in their life and because
they want to share that love of Christ with others?
Let's walk the talk AND talk the walk.
-- Rev. David T. Wilkinson