Having no money concerns would be great- but realizing the immeasurable value of the people we care about is more important. We sometimes need a reminder that acquiring “things” is not nearly as important as appreciating the people God has placed in our lives. When we practice putting other’s interests before our own (Philippians 2:3), we learn what it means to love, serve, and sacrifice. In fact, that‘s how we pattern Christ in our relationship (Ephesians 5:1-2).
Life, love, and chocolate taste better when shared with others. – Cindy Hess Kasper
I want to share with those I love
The highest joy I’m thinking of,
Not just what brightens all their days
But what will give God highest praise. – Hess
Love is never afraid of giving too much.
- July 9, Vol. 16, Our Daily Bread