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October 26, 2005


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Nicole Seitler

Oh, isn't that the best? I've certainly had that experience of feeling like the crazy Christian lady, too. Sounds like you are defiantly having an impact on the ladies of that store! Praise God for the opportunity, though it‘s hard to see it as an opportunity at times, huh? ;)

Laura Mac

Great encouragement for the shopping set!

I often have to check my attitude at the cash register. After years of getting irritated with clerks who would not even say one word to me and just process my purchase in stony silence, I decided to "fight back."

Now I almost always take the initiative and say "hello, how are you?" with a friendly smile. Don't know if this makes a difference to someone else, but it surely helps kickstart my journey down what is hopefully the "kind 'n' gracious" route.


I haven't been so convicted in some time. I am just hanging my head in shame. But I pray that the next time I can do what you have for the Lord and be a witness to his goodness. Thanks!

How encouraging sis. I would love to sit and talk about opportunities with you. :) Thanks for your example of integrity, putting God above money, and glorifying Him with your life. You see, you weren't just a cash-register witness, you are his ambassador. Thanks for seeking to make the most of every opportunity. I received fresh encouragement and reminder to continue to put others first and being a light despite me.
Grace to you!


Thank you so much for this post, but especially for your humble, faithful witness. I'm encouraged to look for more everyday opportunities to be a witness for Christ. God bless you!

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