I Need Your Help

I want to start a movement.

I want you to help me.

It's simple, really. But at the same time it is so against what the world has, what the world offers.

It won't take much, just a little switch in thinking on our parts. A different window in which to gaze at the world.

I like the idea that we control our thoughts, and not the other way around. It's true, ya know?

All we have to do is believe in what we are called to do, and then act on our beliefs.

Jesus said to love God with everything.

Jesus said to love others.

So that's the movement I want us to start.

I want us to move God's love into the lives of anyone and everyone within our reach.

How? You ask.

By holding open doors.

By putting your phone away when you are checking out at the grocery store and talking to your cashier. Ask him how his day is going. Tell her that you like her earrings.

Smile at people.

Say thiank you.

Let people ahead of you in traffic, and wave a friendly hello.

Act with love.

Stop acting with impatience, selfishness and discontent.

Move God's love.

To anyone who crosses your path.

We are starting it. And we are starting it now. We are doing it together… and we are going to share our stories about how commiting to moving God's love makes a difference, not just in other's lives, but in ours.

Are you in? Comment and join the movement!

LG|LP

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5 thoughts on “I Need Your Help

  1. This is a great movement to be involved in! On the way to work there is this elderly lady who rides a three wheel adult bicycle. I work in a small town which is what is referred to as a one horse town! You can walk up the main street and down again in less than 20 minutes. Anyway..she rides her bike on the sidewalk and waves at everyone – I was noticing one time how many smiles she brought. It is always a joy to be there at the right moment and wave back to her – amazing what a simple wave can do to brighten our lives! 🙂

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