Even adults would find it difficult to stand up and speak of Jesus in certain settings—such as a board meeting. Why do you think this is so? It’s not as if He’s a bad guy or has a bad rep. When you are asked in school to stand up and talk about your hero, do you say Jesus? If so, why, and if not, why not?
As Christians, adults and young people alike, sometimes we hesitate to be identified as part of the Jesus Fan Club. From your perspective, why is that? Any suggestions to fix this problem? Share your thoughts.
I think some reason why people don't always Jesus is because Satan doesn't like it so tempts us not to speak of him, and another reason is I think is because people are afraid of what other people think. I personally don't really have a problem with not talking about Jesus. I'm home school so I also have a lot less opportunities to talk about him. Almost always when I'm given the opportunity I will talked about Him.
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