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Showing posts with label kindness. Show all posts
Showing posts with label kindness. Show all posts

Monday, November 20, 2017

Falling Rocks


When you drop a stone into the water, it disappears, right? No matter if it was a grain of sand or a diamond it sinks and sinks never to be seen again. Kind of discouraging, I'd say. Especially with the diamond. Maybe it seems the same way when we try to reach out in kindness to others. We want to be a Christian witness, we want others to know the joy our salvation brings so we smile at strangers, listen to their stories and go on our way. Did it do any good? The deed sank like a rock. But wait, look at those ripples, they are spreading out so far. What does that mean? The one poem says 'down a long eternity'. Can our random acts of kindness make a difference in someone's life forever? I sure hope so, and let's keep praying that someone will be drawn to Christ and reach Heaven because of our simple, easily forgotten (by us) gestures.

Monday, October 2, 2017

Can You Believe It?


Hi, I found an adorable story that I sure wanted to share. It was from an ancient Reader's Digest written before most of us were born, but releavent today. Every night Janice Glover's great aunt would tuck her pet dog in for the night saying; "There that will keep the cold away from Dennie."
One day a cousin came to call and as he rubbed his hands in front of the fire he commented about how bitterly cold it was outdoors. Dennie whisked out of the room, and while the others listened, he came thump-thumping down the stairs with his good ole doggie blanket and presented it to the visitor.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Hey! Good Advice!

Don't try to see through one another but see one another through.

Monday, April 28, 2014

Violence versus Mercy

http://flatlanderfaith.wordpress.com/2014/04/25/kindness-does-more-than-violence/
This is one of my favorite stories. It can be found in Bob Goodnough's blog.