How many times, have you heard the line, “I just want to be your friend” from a total stranger. Maybe, it was someone you just met in passing, gave them directions when they needed directions, or offered a kind word, a gentle smile. Friendship requires time, trust and common ground. The links that grow and extend a life time.
Beware of those on the rebound who are dealing with issues or just had a recent breakup.
They may stalk you, call you or track you down.
In hopes of making you their companion to fill a void, a misconstrued expectancy.
I should know it happened to me…
I am healed and I am free…
I no longer blame myself…
Personally I enjoy being kind to others. Some would say it’s my Texas Southern Hospitality or even the D.N.A. of my Father, who is Love.
My Father’s fruit shine bright in me, it is as joyous as can be. I enjoy encouraging and serving others. Whether I’m in the classroom, advocating or volunteering. The truth must be told that patience is a virtue. While faith requires one to trust in that which cannot seen. So don’t you give up. Gentleness is “Stands High”with outward downpour of goodness. Humility is vital for self-control, it is essential in dealing with Life.
We have everything we need to live a life that pleases God. It was all given to us by God’s own power, when we learned he had invited us to share in his wonderful goodness. 2 Peter 1:3
Galatians 5:22; 2 Peter 1:3