"Rooted and Grounded In Love" - Eph. 3:17
G. K. Chesterton said, “The Bible tells us to love our neighbors and also to love our enemies, probably because generally they are the same people”. In the February “Stand Firm” magazine the author writes:
First, embrace an “others first” mentality. Want to be blessed? Bless somebody else. When you start to put others’ needs above your own, you’ll always be amazed at how God meets your own needs. Second, look for needs you can meet. Then dive in and offer assistance. You might just be the hero your neighbor has been hoping for. Third, be intentional about hospitality. Don’t just sit back and wait for someone to ask for help or wisdom. Be intentional about asking how you can serve or assist those in your path. Keep good boundaries, but ultimately use every moment to be hospitable.
If we put as much effort into loving our neighbors as we do ourselves, our world an truly be a better place. Together we can make a difference for others and the kingdom. Let’s go and be good neighbors today!
This Sunday we will be haring how the church should be operating as a team. The sermon title is “Come On Church! Get With It!” Scripture is Leviticus 19:18 & John 13:31-35.
Your Pastor, Randy