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“Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you.”
Ephesians 4:32
Life is full of situations where we have to interact with other people and we are presented with a choice: how are we going to treat them? At times, kindness may not be our instinctual response because kindness often requires sacrifice of some sort on our end.

Sometimes kindness requires us to put aside our pride and humble ourselves. Other times it may take time or energy. However, kindness is worth what it costs. The Bible prompts us many times to treat others with kindness and love throughout our lives.

Kindness is a way for us to show love and keep the command to love others. Kindness can take on many different forms from encouraging words to spending time or money to help others.

Sometimes kindness may be valued by others. Other times it may go unnoticed, or even unappreciated. However, when we are showing others kindness it should not be in hopes of something in return or to show other people how kind we are. Rather, our kindness should come from a genuine place of love, not expecting a reward but instead striving to please God and care for others.

Our kindness and the way we treat others can be a reflection of Christ to those who do not believe. Shining our light through kindness might be something that sparks their interest in our beliefs. Even if this does not happen, showing kindness, despite the situation, should be a goal for us. This way we can grow and become more like Jesus Christ, who served others while he was on Earth.

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