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  1. In Courage,

    Love has always been action oriented for me. That is how I share my testimony. For years I helped care for my aging parents. Visiting them at least once a week, doing some cooking, running errands & going to doctors or hospital. It wasn’t always easy-especially when dad’s dementia got worse. I quit a good job to be more available for him. Did same for in-laws. Now I have a co-worker whom I don’t get along with. She is going in for cancer surgery on Wednesday. Despite my quandary I still pray for her. Asking God to heal her. At work I’m the one who most often says “nice job” “thank you” to the cleaning crew & other workers. Everyone deserves a pat on the back now & then. A lot of hospital workers have “thankless” jobs. No one says anything unless the job is sub par. Also try to comfort patient’s & their families. Being in a hospital is no fun at any time. That’s my way of shedding God’s light in this sin darkened world.

    Blessings 🙂

    • Beth, these are beautiful examples of love in action! And you’re exactly right–we share God’s love with the world by how we treat others. Blessings to you today, sister.

    • I pray God’s sweetest blessings upon you, Beth, for your loving ways in difficult places! “With every deed you are sowing a seed, though the harvest you may not see”–Ella Wheeler Wilcox.

    • I pray God’s sweetest blessings upon you, Beth, as you share God’s love in difficult places. “With every deed you are sowing a seed, though the harvest you may not see”–Ella Wheeler Wilcox.

  2. A very beautiful and awesome message. When we learned and become our Father will be glorified. Amen

    Thank you