Kindness Suggestion:

BE THERE WITH A PRAYER AND SOME LOVE

Every one of us has our good days and bad, which sometimes turn into good or bad weeks, months or even years! Let’s face it… Life can be really tough sometimes! And while we all have inner strength and can tap into God’s strength and courage, there are times when we get so run down, so discouraged, so down in the dumps, we simply can’t get to that place of inner strength or even hear God’s voice when He whispers in our ear. It’s not a good place to be. In fact, it’s downright dreadful to experience.

It’s amazing how much someone else reaching out to us with a prayer, a hug, a smile, words of encouragement, or just letting us know they’re there for us can make in those moments. When we cannot seem to find the faith in ourselves or even in God, someone else’s faith may be the very thing which pulls us through. That doesn’t mean they take on our problems for us, or make all the stuff go away. It means they see the higher good available to us when we can’t. They hold us in the Light of God when all we feel is darkness. They know for us better times are just around the bend when we feel as if we can’t take another step. Their faith, their ability to tap into the Light, their knowing something better for us can be the very thing which motivates us to take that very next step no matter how big or small it may be.

Never underestimate the power of positive prayer and encouraging words. They can literally save lives. When you see someone struggling, be willing to pray for them; give a hug, smile an encouraging word. Lend them your faith, shower God’s Love on them, know the best for them… and let them know you see better things ahead for them – especially when they can’t. It can make all the difference in the world.

 ~ © SFPNN, JMP

 

About: Kindness Suggestion

For more Kindness Suggestions visit Kindness Suggestion and Kindness Suggestion Old

It’s up to each of us to make the world a kinder, gentler, more loving and compassionate place. How have you been kind to others? How have people treated you kindly?  Share acts of kindness you’ve witnessed or experienced personally with SFPNN.

 

“Knowing yourself is to be rooted in Being, instead of lost in your mind.”

~ © A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle