Exodus 18:8 And Moses told his father-in-law all that the Lord had done to Pharaoh and to the Egyptians for Israel’s sake, all the hardship that had come upon them on the way, and how the Lord had delivered them.

When God does something good in our lives, how many of us actually tell someone else of His goodness? How many of us actually give credit to God for doing something good in our lives instead of saying, we were fortunate or it’s a blessing?

People have done a great job in promoting a false sense of humility and modesty. So much so until some of us feel bad about telling someone else about what the Lord has done. We don’t want to appear boastful. If we’re praising God correctly, we’re not boasting about what we’ve done. We’re giving all the credit to God. Psalm 44:8 tells us to boast in God continually.

Another reason we’re silent is because we don’t want to make another person to feel bad if they’re in an unfortunate predicament at the time. We can’t control how another person feels, but we can control Who we give credit to. For those who will receive our testimony appropriately, our testimony can encourage them to place or keep their faith in God.

How else will people know what the Lord can do if we’re keeping it to ourselves? Let’s open our mouths and tell the world what God has done.