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"Cleaning Up"Stuart JonesAs Christians, the way we behave matters. The way we go about our daily lives, matters. People are watching us, and in some cases waiting for us to “mess up” so they can call us hypocrites. Others are watching us and following our example of Christian living. It matters. “The greatest characteristic a Christian can exhibit is this completely unveiled openness before God, which allows that person’s life to become a mirror for others.” (Oswald Chambers from My Utmost for His Highest) Christian living is all about dying to self and living in Christ. True Christians live in stark contrast to the world around them. It is crucial for Christ followers to lead lives of purity. Holy living honors God’s word. It silences those that try to oppose the Christian way of life; and it makes the Gospel attractive to unbelievers. People who are anchored in Jesus are immoveable, steadfast, and strong. They strive to rid themselves of anger, rage, malice, slander and filthy language. Christians put God first in their lives, and leave their old worldly ways behind. By living the way God expects Christians to, actions show others that He is the one and only Savior. “And we all, who with unveiled faces contemplate the Lord’s glory, are being transformed into his image with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit.” (2 Corinthians 3:18)