There has been so many people getting upset in grocery stores and in public with each other. They are fighting over toilet paper and certain items during this crisis. It is some time unimaginable. I received an email today from a bible study that had some versus and thoughts that were good to reflect on during these times of this crisis:
Love each other.
Jesus said that loving your neighbor was the second most important commandment. And in the parable of the Good Samaritan, He explained what He meant by that word, “neighbor.” Paul even suggested we turn loving each other into a competition!
Try to outdo yourselves in respect and honor of one another.
Support each other.
Some of the most meaningful things we can do are simple and practical. Check in with your neighbors and ask how they’re doing. Share whatever you have. Drop off a meal for someone who can’t get out. Pay for the person behind you in a drive-through. Send an email gift card to a friend.
…our love should not be only words and talk. No, our love must be real. We must show our love by the things we do.
1 JOHN 3:18