Love and Obedience

“The way to love someone is to lightly run your finger over that person’s soul until you find a crack, and then gently pour your love into that crack.”

Keith Miller

Questions:

 

1. What did you take away from this quote?

2. Are you encouraged to help someone heal through your love?

4 thoughts on “Love and Obedience

  1. Bob,
    I agree. It’s amazing what happens when we choose to shut our mouths and open our hearts to those in need.

  2. Sandy,
    You are welcome! My goal is to carry this attitude because I often find myself judging before loving. This is not what Christ would do.

  3. With so many people out of work, struggling with depression and a diminished sense of self worth, this is an important time to love those who are hurting. It is important to enter their situation with a listening rather than prescriptive spirit first. Their openness to receiving love and hope is the key. Sometimes it means just being beside them.

  4. What a beautiful attitude! Rather than pounce on someone for their shortcoming or behavior, how much better to react in a loving way. Don’t we all respond better to a loving word than sarcasm or annoyance? Thanks for posting that, Misa. That’s the kind of reminder I need. Love, Sandy

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