• Kelsey Scism

We Also Ought To Love One Another

We also ought to love one another.


In the planning and preparing, the rushing, the shopping, and the baking . . .

we also ought to love one another.


In the pain of grief and the empty seat at the table . . .

we also ought to love one another.


In their exhaustion, complaining, ungrateful attitudes, sibling fights, and constant noise . . .

we also ought to love one another.


In the long lines of impatient people and distracted workers thinking of their holiday to-do list at home . . .

we also ought to love one another.


In too much togetherness and the need for a few minutes of quiet solitude . . .

we also ought to love one another.


In differing opinions and individual choices, the annoyance and frustration . . .

we also ought to love one another.


In the Zoom calls and FaceTimes as we long to be in the same room . . .

we also ought to love one another.


In the quiet, sad, hurting places that desperately ache for joy and hope . . .

we also ought to love one another.


In this week of Christmas when we remember and celebrate the birth of our Savior . . .

we also ought to love one another.


*Want to join me in meditating on God’s Word this week? Save these words as your lock screen. Write them on a notecard and place them somewhere you’ll see them during your day. Throughout the week, recite them to your kids, your spouse, or a friend. When we focus on His word, He will use it to produce results in our lives.




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