What’s Your Tagline?

Can you identify the company names associated with the following taglines?

“The happiest place on Earth.”

“Just do it.”

“The original. If your grandfather hadn’t worn it, you wouldn’t exist.”

“A diamond is forever.”

“Snap! Crackle! Pop!”

As you probably know, taglines are catchphrases typically used in business advertising to communicate a message for products or services available. What tagline would you use to describe what the Lord has done for you?

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.

─ John 3:16 ESV

The Lord and His actions are beyond any catchphrase or statement. He is the Alpha, Omega, Creator, Majestic, Yahweh and many other dynamic words that could be used in an attempt to describe Him and His greatness. A single word will always fall short in fully describing God.

He can’t be ultimately described this way or placed into a descriptive box, but His Word contains verses that help us better understand Him so we can live a life pleasing to Him. To define God by using words like love, grace, mercy, justice, protection and salvation to create a tagline or select any verse to describe Him would be impossible.

The more you read God’s Word, the deeper your relationship will become.

God desires to have a one-on-one relationship with you. The more you read God’s Word with an open heart and let the Holy Spirit use it in your life, the more you will see God’s will and the deeper your relationship will become with the Almighty.

Brandon Gaille compiled a list of 101 Cool Christian Slogans and Taglines, published it in 2017, and included the following one: “1 Cross + 3 Nails = 4 Given.”

Today’s One Thing

Over the next seven days, write a tagline each day describing who God is to you. Think about that tagline and use this opportunity to worship the Lord throughout your day praising Him.

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