The Love Is series continues this week. Being kind to someone who is kind to us is pretty easy. But what about being kind to people who aren’t kind to us or others? How are we to respond?

SERIES EPISODES: Love is Patient | Love Is Kind | Love Is Honest | Love Is Hopeful

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Today wraps up Random Acts of Kindness Week. But don’t worry! Random Acts of Kindness Day is coming in November. Don’t wait for a good reason to be kind, though. Live kindly today!

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Is there ever a time where you should say no to someone’s act of kindness? Yes, unfortunately. Whenever there are strings attached, you know it’s no good. But is anyone really kind without getting something in return?

If you want happiness for an hour, take a nap.
If you want happiness for a day, go fishing.
If you want happiness for a year, inherit a fortune.
If you want happiness for a lifetime, help somebody.

– Chinese Proverb

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We are kind because Jesus is kind first.

KindnessThe Challenge

Do one kind thing for someone who you don’t like, who isn’t kind to you, or who you haven’t done something kind for in a long time. Don’t accept anything in return.