For me, it doesn’t mean “Who Wants Jelly Doughnuts” even though that sounds pretty good.
You see this acronym on so may t-shirts and bracelets everywhere and I am even hearing the reference to it in movies more and more. We can all where t-shirts and look down at our wrist to be reminded and inspired to act like Jesus but how many of us react like He would just by looking at four letters? It is more than wearing a Nascar t-shirt because you really do love racing and sit in front of the television every Sunday. Or the NFL team jersey where again you will dedicate hours on Sunday to fly your colors and root for the team. Those are the easy wardrobe choices. Those are the ones where anyone seeing you wearing the shirt or jersey knows where your heart is but you may not be looked at for your actions or decisions (or maybe depending on your team of choice).
Put on something with WWJD and you are now challenged more than ever on the inside and out. You are saying you are a follower of Jesus and look to Him to guide your choices throughout your life and to show others how we are taught to behave.
Your Sundays become about Christ who died for us and the day of Sabbath is honored.
Your actions become WIWD (What I Will Do) based on WWJD.