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For me, the greatest insult anyone can give me is for them to say, “Oh, I didn't know you were a Christian.” I believe I should live my life in such a manner as to make it impossible for anyone not to know I'm a Christian. Yet, strangely enough, people wonder why their born-again, Spirit-filled church members aren't on fire for Christ and moving mountains. They have experienced conversion, yet they are afraid to testify about it. It's because they don't know that they know what they know or how they know what they know; consequently, they lack confidence. We are confident not simply because we possess knowledge, but because we know we have knowledge. This explains the tepid testimonies of so many Christians. This is why we have the phenomenon of the “undercover Christian,” — Christians who don't want people to know they are Christians.