Happy Wednesday, everyone! I’m so excited to bring you something a little different today.
Since I started this journey of blogging, I have met some awesome bloggers and shops. When I first started, it was just a way to keep all my projects together in one little corner of the internet. It has quickly become more than that. The more I blog, the more it becomes serious. The more serious it becomes, the more I want to blog.
A few months ago, I met has a Christian blog and modest fashion line, Veiled Free. I was honored she would ask for me to share one of her pieces and at the same time, tell you a bit about my testimony.
I have been saved now for roughly eleven years, so the testimony I’m going to give is not the one when I first came to Christ. Her shirt says, ‘More is More,’ and at first, I didn’t know how I would explain that because I have more testimonies now.
More is more has several meanings to me, but the part that relates to my testimony is this: More compassion is more, More love is more, More faithfulness is more, More honesty is more, More truthfulness is more, More loyalty is more, More selflessness is more. I had to learn this in dealing with people.
How can we reach people if we aren’t willing to give more? When we want to win people to Christ, More has to be more in all aspects of our lives. When we want to witness to someone, we need to show them More. When we want to run a ministry at church, we need to give More. When we want people to trust us, we need to do More. We can’t have lip service and then do something different the moment someone turns their back.
More is More means that if we are representatives of Christ and all we care about is giving less and getting more, then we aren’t doing the right thing. I want to make sure that I give More, even if that means giving up things I absolutely love. My rationale is that if it means so much more to them, then, let them have it. Your less is their More!
I hope you can relate to this. Your thoughts? What does More is More mean to you?