Is talking to others about Christ a hard thing for you to do? The truth is, many believers find it hard to tell others about the saving grace they have come to know through accepting Jesus as their Lord and Savior. Maybe it’s because they feel they might be rejected, laughed at or scorned. Perhaps they are a young Christian and don’t feel they’re ready to talk openly about Him with others. Or maybe they just don’t feel comfortable sharing something so personal. While these may seem like good reasons to keep silent and not share Christ with others, the Bible says otherwise. Psalm 47:1 says, “O clap your hands, all ye people; shout unto God with the voice of triumph.” And in Psalm 9:11, the psalmist encourages us to “Sing praises to the Lord.” David danced before the Lord in 2 Samuel 6:14, and in Psalm 134:2, New International Version, we are told to “Lift up your hands in the sanctuary and praise the Lord.” There is never a good reason to withhold the Good News that Jesus died for you from others. God has chosen you as His spokesperson. Whether by your words, or your actions, always be ready and willing to give Him praise and glory—tell all the world of His love and goodness!