I love that SHARE button on Facebook. It’s allowed me to share things I love or encourage my friends.
But did you know that the moment you hit that share button on Facebook and it posts to your page, you are encouraging, minister, edifying others? Yes, you may have 1000 friends on there and only 4 people will like it, I can guarantee you there are actually 500 others who’ve actually read it but never cared to interact. How do I know?
Over the years I’ve posted many quotes and scriptures on my personal Facebook page and have received many many messages from people whom I’ve never heard from, they were one of those idle friends. They’d often tell me how much I encourage them, how they would come to visit my page just to get some good words into their soul, and how much I inspire them to keep going and reaching!
Is that encouraging or what? It’s a blessing to me and a blessing to God.
God uses each and everyone of us in a different way, but Facebook is a wonderful Ministry tool if used correctly.
You may be one who dislike to speak openly about our faith, Facebook has allowed us to voice our faith easily. Don’t take it for granted. Share, voice your faith and God will be very pleased. If you’re one whose not into going door to door to share the gospel, then do it on Facebook, even if it’s subtle. Sharing pages such as mine or others will help you. It will help open up doors for you to talk more openly about your faith.
Let’s reach more souls for Christ. Encourage our brothers and sisters, get them out of that ditch they’re in. Keep encouraging. We don’t know everyone’s situation because not many are willing to share and we might be the only hope they see, posting encouraging statuses will give them an ounce of HOPE or FAITH and God can use an ounce to His glory! Just because you don’t see what’s going on behind the scene doesn’t mean you aren’t touching others. Don’t be fooled!
Just a simple post or hitting the share button will change people’s lives whether you believe it or not. You do your part and GOD will do the rest. Amen?