Let us not even think about 


criticizing another.


Let us think ourselves into another person’s shoes. 

Generous people give both financially and of themselves, 


in a way that benefits the recipient. Their gifts may include


 time, money, things, and encouragement.



Generous people are also able to receive in such a way that


 the giver gains from the interchange. Their actions are 


motivated by the needs of others, and not of themselves.

It’s Sunday night, the doors are locked, the lights are off, 


and the parking lot is empty. Now, the rescued sinners are


 done for another week... WRONG!


Church is NOT a building. Church is a people.


 Rather than Church being a Sunday thing...


church should be our lifestyle.

 Every student, ambassador, and disciple should be


carrying the mission of God into every sphere of life.


We should be going beyond the walls of the church


 sharing the Good News of the Kingdom with others!


We could share Divine Truths about Life itself.

We could share Divine Truths about happiness.


How to Love, and realize Peace,


Freedom, Safety, Intelligence, Respect, 


Equality, Justice, and how to see and appreciate 


God's mastery all over Nature!


Let us not ignore or try to escape the suffering 


of the world. 


The Gospel brings us to life


 and asks us to press into the city where we live


 and be the light. 


The Gospel invites us to step into places of injustice 


as people of righteousness.


We can be the one to set the tone and not complain.


We can diffuse the gossip


 and promote edifying conversations. 


We can walk tall, sit tall, and stand tall.


We can look people in the eyes. 


We can empathize and restrain judgement on others. 


We can be present with them and listen more.



We can smile and say hello to strangers. 


We can pray for people


 instead of losing it with people.

Helping others out of LOVE 


is always our best option.



We should not be merely an influence, 


we should be an inspiration.



By our very own presence we should be


 a tower of strength


to the hungering souls around us... 


serving,


even when no one is watching.

Far too often, some have embraced a pronounced 


compassion-exhaustion


among people.

Some are guilty of de-humanizing and de-personalizing 


those who are from different stations in life.


These divisions provide the necessary rationalization


 for destruction.


 They spawn and perpetuate


 classes of lower and undesirables and


make it very possible for great atrocities to take place.


Their positions are based on another's money, 


class, education, upbringing, and basically... 


all of the superficial aspects.



We should cultivate a mentality in which we see ourselves


not as transients residing


 in an ivory tower,


 but as God-fearing souls, 


seeking first the Kingdom of God


 while having this human experience. 

To help the poor is to honor God.

Respect is the most basic social standard, 


from which all other basic social standards can be derived.

Sometimes we get so caught up


in the busyness of life and in ourselves


that we forget that God calls us to lift each other up,


lend a helping hand, a listening ear, 


and a willing shoulder. 

How many different thoughts and judgments


pass through our minds when we look at people?

"Take heed that you do not do your charitable deeds 


before men, to be seen by them.


Otherwise you have no reward 


from your Father in Heaven.



Therefore, when you do a charitable deed,


do not sound a trumpet before you


as the hypocrites do


 in the synagogues and in the streets,


that they may have glory from men.



Assuredly, I say to you, they have their reward.


But when you do a charitable deed,


do not let your left hand know 


what your right hand is doing,


 that your charitable deed may be in secret;


and your Father who sees in secret


will Himself reward you openly.


Matthew 6 

Each time we see through caring eyes -

 

we look with love -

 

we show the face of God. 

Each time we see through caring eyes -

 

we look with love -

 

we show the face of God. 

Each time we see through caring eyes -

 

we look with love -

 

we show the face of God. 

Each time we see through caring eyes -

 

we look with love -

 

we show the face of God. 

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