Have you ever thought to yourself or conversing with others, "What do you mean?" Let's look at some statements that would have you on pause or say, "what do you mean."
I do not have time to pray. (What do you mean?)
I do not have time to talk to God. (What do you mean?)
I do not want to be kind to others. (What do you mean?)
There is nothing I can do to be kind. (What do you mean?)
I do not have enough to donate anywhere. (What do you mean?)
I do not have time to read my bible. (What do you mean?)
I can not walk in love. (What do you mean?)
I can not inspire anyone. (What do you mean?)
I can not encourage anyone. (What do you mean?)
I do not have anything nice to say. (What do you mean?)
I do not like that person. (What do you mean?)
I can not help anyone. (What do you mean?)
I can not be respectful. (What do you mean?)
Always remember you can always find a kind word to say about someone, even if it is thanking God for waking them up this morning.
People make time for the things they want to do. If you make the time, you can pray, read the bible, and have conversations with God. I am sure you are making time to ask Him for the things you need.
Encouraging, inspiring, and walking in love is free. It costs you nothing to be an example, to say it will be alright, or keep going.
Donating a dollar, used items, or your time is something everyone can do. There is always something that you are not using that can be given away. One hour of volunteering time is priceless. Again, remember people do what they want to do.
Everyone at some point will need help, even if it were to learn how to walk. Someone had to help you.
Respect is also something everyone wants.
Giving what you require should be easy.
**Friendly reminder, we are in the month of October; let's not forget to select one day you will fast from 8-12 noon. Also, please do not forget to save. This is our financial fast, and faith without work is dead. Amen? Amen!
"God never fails. He is an on time God."- Alston Shropshire