For our friends in Texas who are recovering from Hurricane Harvey and for our friends preparing for Hurricane Irma– we are praying for you.
As we prepare for Easter, reflect on these lessons on love and humility from the Last Supper. Acts of service require that we get up from the table. Service begins with a willingness to stop what we may be doing in order to serve others. Are we willing?
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To the one who’s forgotten she matters. A familiar thought invades: “It doesn’t matter how much you do. It will never be enough.” The leap from feeling a disappointment is as quick as the inhale of breath: “You don’t matter. Your feelings don’t count.” How can loving ourselves squelch the lies that tell us we don’t matter?
When you’re clinging to the edge of sanity by a fingernail, it’s okay to love yourself. Take care of yourself. Give yourself a break. Stop being so hard on yourself. God’s word tells us to love our neighbor as ourselves. Isn’t it time to stop leaving yourself out of the equation?