Humanity: Take It for What It’s Worth

 

Humanity-Matters

“But he that is greatest among you shall be your servant” (Matthew 23:11 KJV).  In considering our social, moral, and spiritual climate, and those affected by hurricane Harvey, I’m moved to share this poem on HUMANITY.

Some people have big hearts, and some have no heart at all. Some people have big homes, yet they live alone. Some people are rich with poor health. Some can’t get out of bed, without others to help.

Some people don’t worry about how they will pay a bill. Yet others are not sure what will be their next meal. Some people are so brave. Still others are afraid. Some people have good health, with no wealth. Some people are poor in spirit without having much.

Some people have a lot and refuse to give a cent. Others live better than you and I, and some can’t. Thanking God we all have one thing in common… we are all “human” and we need each other. Anytime, we may find ourselves needing a helping hand. Let’s reach out in prayer, and if possible, share a good deed throughout this land.

Take it for what it’s worth, and be thankful. We are living better than most, and not bad as some. Don’t try to save a penny on every penny; show some gratitude and share one.

“For God is not unrighteous to forget your work and labour of love, which ye have shewed toward his name, in that ye have ministered to the saints, and do minister” (Hebrews 6:10 KJV).

In God, I will keep on thanking Him for the opportunity to make a difference in somebody’s life. by Hetistine Washington / keeponthanking.com.

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