The antidote to selfishness might not be selflessness, it might actually be self-love that is rooted in Christ, instead of ourselves.
We never know what one strategic act of kindness can do in someone’s life.
It’s so easy to fall back into the rhythm of mere functioning, but God has called us to so much more!
Hopefully, we’ll all get a little bit better at paying attention to these warning signs, loving ourselves, and, as a result, we’ll love others even better.
During times of darkness, the light shines even brighter. And, the truth is, things are pretty dark right now. That’s our cue to look like Jesus in how we live.
We make grace and love unnecessarily complicated, but Jesus made things simple.
I can love others right where I’m at. We all can’t be like Bob Goff, but we can all practice loving those around us.
I can choose to put away my cape and mask and just be me because, with God, that’s more than enough.
I am willing to hang up my judge’s robes and trade in my gavel for a pair of listening ears, what about you?
Loving the Lord and walking closely with him isn’t about getting a certain grade or achieving certain things, it’s about sharing God with the world.