Hello! Human Kindness… #Arise

spread love

To be kinder, gentler and more compassionate is always the deepest desire of my heart,

and journey with Jesus…

I know the chain reaction of such sweetness can change the course of someones day ,

instill hope to someone hurting, and peace to worried heart.

As someone who knows first hand that emotions lie, I know the importance of shinning of

hope, light and truth…

God’s goodness overflowing to a hurting world is my mission…

It’s what I can do…

It’s what you can do :)

It’s a purpose that has unending hope…

So as we get our day on, I super pray we have the courage and strength to let go of the things that may be hindering our hearts, and look up…

Look around to the many, many things we can do to shine of hope and kindness…

By doing that we are living out the first and greatest commandment right where we are…

And right where we are is the vest best place to change our worlds…

I encourage you to spread love today…

“A generous will prosper; those who refresh others will themselves be refreshed.”

Proverbs 11:25

Spread kindness, goodness and watch God transform your own heart…

It’s the simple things that bring God pleasure…

He loves love :)

Heavenly Father,

May our hearts be content in living simply…

May our joys be seen in those whose hearts are refreshed by the touch of your grace and

goodness of Your words…

How I thank You for Your kindness in my life…

Your gentle touch that keeps me wanting to do better…

How awesome are Your ways, Oh Lord…

May my heart be softer and more aware…

May my life’s ┬áreflection be more love…

more kindness…

more goodness…

For You are the perfect image of such beauty…

I love You,

In Jesus Name,

I pray,

Amen

Live in love,

Lisa

“Teacher, which is the most important commandment in the law of Moses?

Jesus replied, “You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind.’

This is the first and greatest commandment

And the second is like it:

‘Love your neighbor as yourself.'”

Matthew 22: 37-39