Generosity in quotes

“As God’s people today, we talk about being a family, but the reality too often falls short . . .  It is easy to lose this vision in our individualistic culture. But this kind of living together as a family must shape our behavior because it is how we will be known — by our love (John 13:35). Like Best Job, the early church’s story reminds us of the power of small, consistent acts of familial love. It reminds us of who we are called and enabled to be — and the power of love to transform the world.”

Carmen Andres a freelance writer and blogger living in Alexandria, VA,  from a column in Mennonite World Review.

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  1. Kristie Rush says:

    Do u sleep?? 🙂

    Sent from my iPhone

  2. Ah the miracle of time-release posting.

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