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Be Kind


 There are a lot of things that we can’t do.  We may look around us and see a variety of skills and abilities that we simply don’t have.  But one trait that we all possess is the ability to be kind.  We can change relationships and influence countless people if we simply have the rule in our way of life to be kind.  Paul said in Ephesians 4:32 simply to be kind to one another.  This means be kind to your spouse, children, boss, friend,      whomever you meet.  In Romans 12:10, Paul stresses that part of the right relationship is “Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love;  in honour preferring one another.”  Whatever feelings we have about another person, let us never underestimate the good that kindness will do.  When we are kind, we are imitating Jesus.  He was kind to multitudes who were hungry.  His disciples wanted to send them away, but Jesus felt kindly towards them (Mark 6:30-44).  Even the woman caught in the act of adultery was dealt with in a kind way by Jesus (John 8:1-11).  Even to Peter, whose actions had to be frustrating to Jesus, he was still kind.  I see firmness, but a kind manner, in Paul’s dealing with Onesimus as he encouraged him to go back to Philemon after his conversion.  It just seems as we look at the really great characters of the Bible, we are continually struck by the impact of kindness. 

As we arise each day, let’s make it a goal to be kind to the people that we meet that day.  We can’t help but bring glory to the name of Jesus when we do.  - Steve  Boyd

Thursday, August 22, 2019


“He who did not spare his own Son, but gave him up for us all—how will he not also, along with him, graciously give us all things?”(Daily Reading, ESV)