letsloveothers

Love one another as Jesus has loved us.

There is a loneliness epidemic in America. According to a nationwide survey conducted by global health service company Cigna, “an astonishing 43% of participants (that’s 2 in 5 Americans) sometimes or always feel isolated from others, and that their relationships are not meaningful. Additionally, 27% (that’s 1 in 4 Americans) rarely or never feel as though there are people that really understand and connect with them.”

At the core of loneliness is an orphan heart. For those with an orphan heart…

Identity, sense of destiny and purpose are illusive.

Are continually searching in vain for the answer to “Who am I?”

Never feeling accepted or loved.

Trusting others is taboo.

Self-reliance and perfectionism define a life of excellence.

A victim mentality permeates problem-solving strategies.

At no other time in Church history has the need been so great to be the hands and feet of Jesus. Caring for the orphans among us by…

Providing financial support and physical protection. 

Teaching Papa’s precepts by living a life that epitomizes His holiness, mercy and goodness.

Loving Papa with all our heart, soul, mind, strength AND our neighbors as well.

Being the hands and feet of Jesus is not always easy or convenient.

BUT

It’s the gift that keeps on giving.

You have a special place in My Father’s heart. Come and experience the full inheritance of the kingdom realm that has been destined for you from before the foundation of the world! 

When you saw Me hungry. You fed Me. When you found Me thirsty. You gave Me something to drink. When I had no place to stay. You invited Me in. When I was poorly clothed. You covered Me. When I was sick. You tenderly cared for Me. When I was in prison. You visited Me.

Then the godly will answer Him, “Lord, when did we see You hungry or thirsty and give You food and something to drink? When did we see You with no place to stay and invite You in? When did we see You poorly clothed and cover You? When did we see You sick and tenderly care for You or in prison and visit You?’

And the King will answer them, “When you cared for one of the least important of these My little ones, My true brothers and sisters, you demonstrated love for Me.

Matthew 25:34-36 and 40

The Passion Translation

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2 thoughts on “Mommies and Daddies

    1. Rita Poynor says:

      Thank you! Beautiful pictures on your site. Have a great year traveling!

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