The Act of Kindness

I had to drive several hours yesterday running an errand. At different points, I needed helping hands to complete some tasks. Those tasks were definitely greater than what I could handle. The way some random strangers came in to help at different locations was so alarming that my son kept saying: ‘people are really good, and I am still amazed at what people could do”. One of the guys had to let go of what was very useful to him when he realized that mine that I just purchased was not working well. I was so speechless. He simply told me: “Just pretend you saw it on the road and picked it up”.

God has made each one of us good. In us lies the attributes of God. Regardless of any situation, we must not let those influential attributes die. We must let love and kindness prevail. When our children see us expressing such virtues, it will naturally become part of their lives too. We can rule our world with sacrificial love, patience with one another, and relentless kindness. Someone said: Kindness is free, let’s pass it on”.

Author: Margaret

I used to be a country girl raised humbly by my God-conscious grandmother. My grandmother made me read a Bible to her every day until I fell in love with the God of the Bible. After high school, I gave my life completely to Christ at Reinhard Bonnke Crusade and got adopted by the ministry of Pastor/Dr. W.F Kumuyi. When I gave Christ my life, He took it, redecorated it in His ways, and added meaning to it. I am happily married and blessed with three wonderful children. Dr. Akinloye, O.M (Ph.D., JP, PMP)

One thought on “The Act of Kindness”

  1. True. Everyone of us possesses the means or skills to do some something . No matter how little it may seems to be, you’ll be surprised how far it can go.


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