“Everyone’s courage failed because of you, for the LORD your God is God in heaven above and on earth below” (Rahab as quoted in Joshua 2:11).
When Rahab was talking to the Israelite spies in Joshua 2, she shared about the great fear the people of Jericho had. Was it because of the mighty strength of the Israelites? No. Rather, it was because of the mighty God they served. Because of what God accomplished in and through Israel, the people of Jericho were terrified of Israel. They were panicking because God was fighting for Israel.
God was undeniable in the life of Israel, and people could not help but notice. Is He undeniable in your life?
Do people see God at work in your life in such a way that He cannot be denied? Do you point people to Him? Does He get the credit and the glory He deserves?
If we sincerely follow and serve the Lord faithfully, then I believe more and more people will take notice. What will happen then? If God is undeniable in our lives, people will likely either respond to Him in repentance and faith or in fear and rejection.
Is He undeniable in your life?
Genuine faith in God will prove itself in various ways, but perhaps the most obvious and noticeable way is in how you treat others. In John 13:35, Jesus Christ said, “By this all people will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another.” How do you treat others in the body of Christ? Is God undeniable in your sacrificial love for His church?
If you want God to be undeniable in your life, be sure you have surrendered your life to His Son, and trust Him to grow you through the power of His Spirit. “The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faith, gentleness, self-control. Against such things there is no law” (Galatians 5:22-23). Do you have the fruit of the Spirit? If you have the Spirit, He will grow the fruit.
That kind of fruit is certainly undeniable, and living a life of faith and dependence on the Lord will prove Him to be undeniable before others. To God be the glory!