Fulfilling The Law Of Christ (Joel Osteen)

TODAY’S SCRIPTURE

“Carry each other’s burdens, and in this
way you will fulfill the law of Christ”

(Galatians 6:2, NIV)

TODAY’S WORD from Joel and Victoria

When we live in peace and
unity, it pleases God. When we love and serve others, putting their needs above
our own, we are honoring Him. When we carry each other’s burdens, we are
fulfilling the law of Christ, which is to love others.

What does it mean to carry each
other’s burdens? There are many ways to reach out to people and help shoulder
their load of life. Just by giving an encouraging word or smile, you can help
lighten the load for someone. When you pray and intercede for others in their
day of difficulty, you are helping to carry their burdens. Maybe there are
other ways to help the people around you. Maybe you can pay for someone’s
groceries or give someone cash at the gas pump. Anytime you help others and
reach out to those in need, scripture says you are directly lending a hand to
God Himself.

Today, look for ways to lighten
the load for the people around you. Be a burden lifter. Remember, in God’s
kingdom what you sow, you shall reap. When you help others, God promises to
repay you. He’ll pour out His victory and blessing upon you all the days of
your life!

A PRAYER FOR TODAY

Heavenly Father, I want to fulfill Your law of love by serving
and helping others. Show me how to be a blessing to the people around me so
that I can help carry their burdens. In Jesus’ Name. Amen.


Joel & Victoria Osteen

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