There are some Christians who are ardent in calling the name of the Lord but apathetic when it comes to conveying his mighty works including his mighty deed of Salvation through his Son, Jesus Christ. On the other hand, there are some Christians who are ready to convey the mighty works of the Lord and his gospel which mightily saves us from second death, but seldom do they take the time to call on his name before conveying.
The scripture teaches us that we ought to call on the name of the Lord and make known (convey) his deeds among the people (1 Chronicles 16:8). In other words, to know the mighty deeds that God is to accomplish, we need to call on him, and when he confides his covenant with us who fear him (Psalm 25:14), we have to make known his mighty deeds as he accomplishes them.
Points to ponder:
Are you/I calling on the name of the Lord?
Are you/I conveying the mighty works of the Lord?
More importantly, are you/I calling the name of the Lord AND conveying his mighty deeds among all people?
1 Chronicles 16:8 (KJV)
8 Give thanks unto the Lord, call upon his name, make known [convey] his deeds among the people.