Caring Actions

The Bible instructs us to care for each other — for our families, those in need, and other believers. Fortunately, it also tells us how.

Day One: Caregiving
In the world of professional health care, caregiving involves the detection, deterrence, or treatment of any type of illness by a doctor, nurse, or other health care worker...
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For more, see "The Biblical View of Elder Care"

Day Two: Commitment
There are numerous references in the Bible addressing the Christian's commitment in various aspects of life: to our families, neighbors, employers, the church, our health, and in all things we do and say...
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For more, see "What does the Bible say about keeping your vows / oaths?"

Day Three: Responsibility
Without question the greatest reason that we live for God is our unwavering belief in the resurrection of His Son, Jesus Christ. It is through His resurrection from the grave that we have hope...
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For more, see "Salvation and Personal Responsibility"

Day Four: Family
The concept of family is extremely important in the Bible, both in a physical sense and in a theological sense. The concept of family was introduced in the very beginning, as we see in Genesis 1:28...
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For more, see "What does the Bible say about aging/growing old?"

Day Five: Friends
Human beings were created to be social creatures, meaning that we are most comfortable when we have family, friends and acquaintances. Friendship is an important element in a fulfilled, contented life...
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For more, see "Love and Friendship"

Day Six: Giving to the Poor
In both the Old and New Testaments, we see God's desire for His children to show compassion to the poor and needy. Jesus said that the poor would always be with us...
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For more, see "Helping the Homeless"

Day Seven: Hospitality
Hospitality can be defined as "the quality or disposition of receiving and treating guests and strangers in a warm, friendly, generous way." In the New Testament, the Greek word translated "hospitality" literally means "love of strangers"...
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For more, see "What does the Bible say about orphans and widows?"

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Published 3-28-16