“The Kind Word”

In the theme of Random Acts of Kindness, I am reposting Stephen C. Weber’s post.

Daily Encouragement

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“The Kind Word”
Note: This week we will consider how words can be a blessing and at times a great source of pain.

Message summary:  Thank God for the blessing of a kind word!

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“An anxious heart weighs a man down, but a kind word cheers him up” (Proverbs 12:25). “Kind words are like honey— sweet to the soul and healthy for the body” (Proverbs 16:24).

Last Friday we visited with an employee who shared with us about her ongoing heartache concerning a young man’s suicide. He had been her grown son’s closest friend since kindergarten and took his own life in July. She keeps his memory alive by distributing small printed business size cards, with his photo, reminding people of the vital importance of…

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The Path with God

I’m Reposting Vickie’s Post because sometimes we need a reminder that God knows all.

Vickie's Book Nook and Meditation Corner

I have been going through a lot lately, which you already know if you read my previous post. But, through it all, God continues to speak to me daily that nothing is happening in my life that He does not already know about.

I desire to be Godly and not to whine and moan and complain about my plight. So that is what I am working on these days. Yes, my holiday plans had to change, but then change is part of life, isn’t it? And no matter what path I am on in life, I want it to be the one that God approves of.

Lest anyone think that God is not watching you all of the time, I would like to put in my two cents here. God is omnipresent and omniscient. As I told my students in Sunday school class yesterday: Yes, it is possible to cheat…

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Love, Do No Harm


Love does no harm. The Holy Spirit resides in us. We are love. Therefore, we should do no harm.

Light breaks through the darkness. Love breaks through hate. A soft voice is louder than a high volume pitch. An act of kindness changes the atmosphere.

The term ’Neighbor’ is figurative describing all people in your sphere. All people are your neighbors.

Our command is to love all people. There are no exceptions. Jesus did not categorize people to exclude them.

We can make a difference. It is time we overcome the hate that is blanketing the planet. We can change the world through the daily demonstration of the Holy Spirit who indwells us.

Do no harm…