Ephesians 4:31-32
“Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and evil speaking, be put away from you, with all malice: And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ's sake hath forgiven you.”

There is a senior couple in my local church. They used to drive an elderly man to church who has since passed away. They would drive to get him, put him in the car, put his walker in the trunk, drive him to church and then drive him home afterwards. For several years they did this until the man passed away. That was an act of kindness that perhaps was unnecessary, but made a lasting impact in the life of that man during his last few years of life.

Kindness is being considerate when you don’t have to be. It is being friendly, even when others are not being friendly. It is being generous and expecting nothing in return. Everyone can be kind, but a person filled with the Holy Ghost and surrendered to Christ will be kind. They don’t have to be, but it is just in them to be considerate, friendly, and generous.

We should be kind to those around us, even when we don’t have to be. It is going the extra mile when we are too busy to go anywhere. It is pursuing those who have a need and you fill it without being asked. That is what kindness is, and we should all seek to be kind to one another. You can help and encourage your Brothers and Sisters along the road when you are kind.

Be kind.

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And if there’s anything that we ought to be, is kind to one another. When you see a brother or sister in fault, don’t never—don’t never breathe it to nobody. Keep it to yourself and pray for that person. Be kind to them. And if the Spirit of God is in you, then you will be kind to one another. Jesus said, “I come to do Thy will, Father.”

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