Friday, December 30, 2005

Considering Others

"And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds" (Heb 10:24).

This verse was on my mind today. My own personal experience tells me that the more I consider others the more beneficial I am to them. If I think about my fellow believers and pray for them... if they are in my thoughts often, then when I see them I can more effectively spur them on toward love and good works.

How often do we really consider our fellow believers? Do we realize that one of the reasons we exist is to help others conform to Christ?

"To this end I labor, struggling with all his energy, which so powerfully works in me" (Col 1:29).

1 comment:

singledad1234 said...

well gee lets see

I am a singledad raising four children alone for ten years

the churches are a joke

first WE are the church

you dont go to church

and second NO one cares

i have four children from ONE woman

I have had them full time

and we live in the so called greatest safest country of the world
and we, the five of us
life on 12000 Canadian a year]]\\\

so as far as so called christians loving and caring

and their NOT being any poor among them

what a joke

I trust the Lord

and he will be with me

and he will feed me

and we shall remain poor