A little old Jewish lady is flying out of New York City on her way to Miami Beach. She looks at the businessman sitting next to her and asks him, “Excuse me sir, but are you Jewish?”
The man responds politely, “No, ma’am, I’m not Jewish.”
After a little while, she again asks him. “You’re really Jewish, aren’t you?”
Again he responds, “No, ma’am, I am not Jewish.”
Barely 10 minutes later, the little old lady asks him once more, “Are you sure you’re not Jewish?”
Finally, in exasperation and in a final effort to shut her up, he replies, “OK. Yes, ma’am, I am Jewish.”
“Funny,” she says, looking puzzled. “You don’t look Jewish!”
Makes me wonder. If anyone approached me and asked me, “Are you a Christian?” and I answered, “Yes”, would they be inclined to say, “Funny, you don’t look like a Christian?”
I’m not talking about looking like the world’s stereotype of a Christian—a sour-looking guy with a scowl on his face, not enjoying life at all. I merely wonder if my Christianity is something that can be seen by the people who see me every day. I know what I believe, but is that belief translating into action? Can anyone tell?
“You are the light of the World. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hidden. Nor do they light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a lampstand, and it gives light to all who are in the house. Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven” (Matthew 5:14-16).
Do you look like a Christian? Have a great day!
via Massillon church of Christ