• “A woman can become a blessing to many (even to the one who harms her) through what she has learnt of God in her sorrows! To become a woman of God, one must be prepared to face many trials. Like the sandalwood tree that imparts its fragrance to the axe that cuts it.” – Dr. Annie poonen

Act of Kindness by Nancy Leigh DeMoss 02/24/12

Nancy Leigh DeMoss: According to 1 Corinthians 13, one of the marks of love is kindness. It is also a fruit of the Spirit. As women, we’re called to a proactive kind of kindness—to offer hospitality and make guests feel comfortable, to give to those who are in need. Wives are called to serve their husbands. Moms are called to serve their children.

Kindness can take different forms in different seasons of life, but there’s so much value in sending cards and notes, being sensitive to listen, and in meeting practical needs.

Kindness doesn’t just involve loving actions. It also involves doing them with a loving heart—acting through God’s power and for His glory.

How can you show kindness out of a kind heart in your season of life?

With Seeking Him, I’m Nancy Leigh DeMoss.

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