Brotherhood and sisterhood in Christ


God gives to us so that we can give to others. God comforts us so that we can comfort others. The Christian life is about loving, giving, caring, comforting, etc. After all, we are to love one and bear one another’s burdens. Matthew 9:35-36Matthew 9:35-36
Spanish: Biblia Reina Valera - revisión de 1995 - RVR95

La mies es mucha 35 Recorría Jesús todas las ciudades y aldeas, enseñando en las sinagogas de ellos, predicando el evangelio del Reinoz y sanando toda enfermedad y toda dolencia en el pueblo.a 36 Al ver las multitudes tuvo compasión de ellas, porque estaban desamparadas y dispersas como ovejas que no tienen pastor.b

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“Jesus went through all the towns and villages, teaching in their synagogues, preaching the good news of the kingdom and healing every disease and sickness. When he saw the crowds, he had compassion on them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd.”


Jesus ministry was centered on helping hurting people. And when He saw people, he was quick to discern their hurts and helplessness. What do you see when you look at people? Do you look at the outer person only (the hair, the face, the clothes, etc.) or are you quick to perceive they’ve got a problem of some sort?


Jesus is the greatest example of all when it comes to compassion and sympathy. WE NEED TO FOLLOW IN HIS COMPASSIONATE STEPS!


Many people pass by hurting people and they have business, etc. They see but never see. They see everything else except what’s important. God help us all to truly see people in their distress and pain and be touched. There are times when we need to help people even when they can do some things for themselves. When are those times? When we experience a serious illness. When we lose a loved one in death. When someone’s house burns down. Any time people experience some serious difficulty in life, they need the support and assistance of others. This is where our Christianity should fly into action.


We all know the story about the Good Samaritan. The stranger, the foreigner and the one man who saw the helpless, hurting man and compassionately helped him. He even went far beyond what most of us would do. He not only gave the man his time, but also his money. And when you’re talking money, you’re saying a whole lot. Give a visit, a call, a card, a prayer, a loving hug, a kind deed, just being there for them. Sometimes just being there is the help they need, but we all need to reach out and touch others in love. 1 John 4:71 John 4:7
Spanish: Biblia Reina Valera - revisión de 1995 - RVR95

3. TERCER DESARROLLO TEMÁTICO Dios es amor 7 Amados, amémonos unos a otros, porque el amor es de Dios.j Todo aquel que ama es nacido de Dios y conoce a Dios.

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“Dear friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God. Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God.”  We must look up in order to be touched by God and this in turn should give us a heart for others. Our Heavenly Father is most pleased when we imitate Him and demonstrate love to others. And if there is one thing God cares about, it’s hurting people!


Loving others comes from God. If we are touched by Him, we will touch others.


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