As you walk the streets…remember you have the reputation of God in your hands

Ordinary daily work and ‘spiritual’ living are not two different things…the way in which Christians act and speak in their daily employment is the real test of a church’s true strength. A cleaner, a mechanic, a secretary, or a housewife are all called to work for God as Christians. Poor work…’is a thoroughly bad testimony’. And, similarly, students, who spend time evangelizing when they should have been preparing to be qualified [have] no encouragement…’As you walk the streets of…remember you have got the reputation of God in your hands.’

—Ian Murray conveying something of D. M. Lloyd-Jones in his Volume 2 Bio