“Hmm🤔! Seems like that Sister/Brother could use a hand (I have two).”
Bear you one another’s burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ.
Jus’ sayin’ you know what I mean?
“But is that Love?”
Love means knowing that no matter what, you have someone to count on. It’s unconditional and makes you feel good on the inside. You can trust the person you love and are comfortable around them. It’s like your heart tells you that it is good for you. Love never hurts or makes you cry your eyes out.
Y’all, GOD is Love! God’s Word showed/shows us Love…Reminder! “God’s Love was made Flesh”, Amen.
Are you Christian? Yes! I am aware of all the ‘terms’ used in modern day. We may be Witnesses, Catholic, Orthodox (or even unOrthodox!) We ARE followers of The Example! Amazing that over 2000 years ago Jesus was here, and in todays count: According to 2011 Pew Research Center survey, there are 2.18 billion Christians around the world in 2010, up from about 600 million in 1910. According to 2015 Believers in Christ .
2.18 billion? From 1 individuals? Are there truly that many? Search your heart and know what you claim you are. Do you live it?
Where are the ‘instrustions’? Is there a ‘Manual’/’Guide book’….so many of us are on our ‘phones’ surfing the Net! You can actually access the guide book, principles, instructions there.
TV not working? You know where to go to adjust/fix/repair/service it! Where do you start? Guide book? Manual? 🤔
What is your manual for life? Wake up, and??? Did you give thanks for a successful ‘rest’, ask for assistance/guidance during the day? Sounds simple, no?
Did you do it? I am just asking…
Jus’ sayin’! Keep it real.
Looking out for one another is another key component of being a Christian. That is one of the ways you express your love for one another as brothers and sisters in Christ. Treat your neighbor’s burdens as if they were your own – don’t just be an observer. Make the effort assist everyone around you in any way you can.
Dear God, I pray that I be a helping hand to everyone around me. May I never distance myself from their problem; instead, may I be willing to help them through whatever they may be facing. In Jesus’ name, I pray. Amen.