How to Love Your Neighbor as Yourself: Part 2

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4 Responses

  1. Toni Ryan says:

    I totally agree with everything you said here Sheila! I’m the “greet your new neighbor” kind of girl too. However, twice now, I’ve tried to greet a new neighbor only to be looked at as if I had three eyes. It saddens me how far we’ve come from the days of everyone looking out for one another.
    Even though some don’t accept good old fashioned kindness, I ask God to help me continue showing that kindness instead of pulling away as the enemy would want me to.

    • Sheila Rhodes says:

      Hi Toni~ It is sad to see how far we have come from knowing everyone in our neighborhood to trying to avoid everyone in the neighborhood. They don’t know what they are missing out on dear friend! God opens doors all the time. People may shut them, but God is pleased with us for trying!

  2. Alonda says:

    These are such fun ideas!! I have been looking for running partners for a while now. I suck at it. lol. But I think it would be so fun to run with a group of ladies and all grow together (strength wise and relationship wise). The ice cream party isn’t a bad idea either. Hahah!

    • Sheila Rhodes says:

      Alonda~ At least you run! I am a walker and will never be a runner, but God has opened up some pretty incredible doors by being willing to walk through them (pun intended) I’m going to pray for you to find a group of running partners! Thanks for stopping by!

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