Like Jesus, we are examples of how we can help those in need by serving God. We remember that Jesus preached that it is more blessed to give to those in need and that it is more blessed to give that to receive. The essence of love is that what is ours should belong to someone else. Feeling the joy of someone else as joy within ourselves — that is loving.
Why do we think that Jesus has mercy on us? We are invited to be receptive to Jesus and his healing power that is present in our lives today. It does not matter what your faith is or what your belief is, put the kindness of God and the love of Jesus into your daily practice. This assures God’s peace is always with us and our ability to share is always present.
Each of us is unique in our world; this is God’s intent; and . . . we must reflect our gifts as given to glorify God. we cannot be formed by what occurs in this world but by what God has planned for us so we can reflect the good and perfect will of God. shares your gifts and please God who made us all. Personally, I listen to God’s voice I pray; it is the only way I utterly understand how to serve God.
© Russell Kendall Carter