Endless Love

endless love

Endless Love

We all have seen people who have no love, compassion or even mercy on our fellow man. They walk pass them, and look down their noses on them they don’t show any love for anyone. Why are we here on this earth if not to show the love of Jesus? Did you know that love heals; love mends a lot of broken relationships, marriages, and friendships. When we love someone we will go the extra mile for that person. No one is pulling our arm to tell us to love that person.  We shouldn’t be told to love, be a person of compassion, and merciful to someone in need. God helps us all to be more like Him. He was our example to show love, mercy and compassion to all mankind. Some of you know this, and maybe some of you don’t. But, if you truly desire to be help the Lord will open a great effectual for you. It was about three years ago when my hours were changed at my work. My hours changed from working 8:30 AM to 5 PM for almost seventeen years to 1:30 PM to 9:30 PM, and then a few months later, it changed to 3:30 PM to 12 AM. These hours hindered me from going to weekly church services. The Lord had something more for me to do for others. I always want to be faithful in all that He wants me to do. In the Word of God it records, ’’Moreover it is required in stewards, that a man be found faithful’’ (II Corinthians 4:2 KJV) The Lord has opened so many doors for me to be friends with the elderly. Since I was a child I have been very fond of and admired elderly people. I love hearing about how things were when they were young, growing up, or raising their children during the depression. Over three years ago when my work schedule changed, the Lord was opening a new doors for me to visit with the elderly, and to be their friend. Since that particular time; I have made a commitment to visit some of my elderly friends in the Carrington Nursing Home in Wytheville, Virginia each week. Some of you know about my elderly friend Mrs. Looney. Her children and grandchildren call   ” Ma’’ or ‘’ Maw’’.  She asked me one day, to start calling her ‘’ Maw’’ instead of Mrs. Looney.  She is one of my elderly friends I make an effort to see every Saturday. She and her husband have brought to my life a lot of joy. On numerous occasions we go out for a little while sometimes on Saturdays, this is if she feels up to going out. Sometimes Maw and I would go to Wytheville and we’d eaten some lunch and we were ready to go to Peebles, Wal-Mart, or K-mart. We were complete strangers to a lot of people on most of the Saturdays we went out but it was so nice to see people being so friendly, and kind to us. I think Maw needed that more than anything. We all have seen people who are rude and hateful to elderly people. What makes a person so mean and arrogant to another human being? It’s really so easy to be nice to someone else, but it takes more effort to be mean. We’d have to think on it now don’t we? People that are unselfish are people that are happy, they put others first always. It’s doesn’t cost one dime to be nice now does it. When we repeatedly do it everyday it’s becomes so natural. Look around you each new day, people everywhere are looking for something. Let’s make the Lord proud that He has chosen us to be His representative. Stay Encouraged J

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