Who Needs Your Kindness Today?

Who Needs Your Kindness Today?

Neal Pollard
  • The widow who no longer has her companion to talk to (Isa. 1:17).
  • The new Christian who is trying to find his or her way (Luke 17:2).
  • The family who just moved into the area and doesn’t know anyone (Heb. 13:2).
  • Your child (small or grown) who is secretly struggling and needs a listening ear and maybe some guidance (Psa. 103:13).
  • The cashier or waiter/waitress who is stressed, frazzled, and harried (Heb. 12:12).
  • The person who is struggling with addiction or problems (Gal. 6:1).
  • The public servant or first responder who faces risk and unpleasantness daily (Rom. 13:3-4).
  • The elder who hasn’t heard a word of appreciation in awhile (1 Thes. 5:12-13).
  • The neighbor who’s putting on a front but who is hurting badly on the inside (Prov. 12:26).
  • The person who is searching for truth and needs someone to guide them (Acts 8:31).
  • That socially awkward, ugly duckling that doesn’t seem to fit in and nobody seems to relate to easily (cf. Job 4:3-4).
  • The ones Jesus is concerned about in Matthew 25:35-36.
  • The elderly couple who doesn’t have the health and energy they used to have, but who still have so much to have and share (Prov. 16:31).
  • The small child who is usually invisible to adults, but who may do great things in the kingdom some day if properly encouraged (Mark 9:37).
  • The visitor to the assemblies.
  • Anyone you have an opportunity to bless, especially someone in the household of faith (Gal. 6:10).

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