We Are Ambassadors for Christ

John 14:9Anyone who has seen me has seen the Father.

Ambassadors have a tough job. They must represent someone else. Ambassadors are called to represent someone or some idea. The job might be easier if you agree with the one you represent or the idea you represent – but – it is still a tough position. Can you think of any position you have held or hold where you represent someone else?

Ambassadors have a tough job. They must represent someone else. In most cases – employees are ambassadors or representatives for their employers. When I worked for McDonald’s – I was asked to dress and behave a certain way while on the job. While on the job – I had to follow the prescribed behavior and dress as directed by the ones I represented – McDonald’s. Away from work – I had more freedom to be myself – but while I represented McDonald’s – I needed to follow their rules.

Ambassadors have a tough job. They must represent someone else. A current battle going on right now is between Republicans and Democrats. One party has control of the both sides of Congress and the White House at this particular time. It happens. We’ll live through it. We have in the past. Some however – on both sides of the political spectrum – revel in putting the other side down whenever possible.

Ambassadors have a tough job. They must represent someone else. People like Nikki Haley – The former US Ambassador to the United Nations – and Sarah Huckabee Sanders – the former White House Press Secretary – represented their boss – the former POTUS. They may not have always agreed with him – but while in his employment – they were asked to follow his directives. Ambassadors are hired – in most cases – to represent their employers.

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