Do Something for Someone Else


This is  Joyce Meyer devotional – often times we are so busy thinking of ourselves that we forget we are supposed to be serving humanity. I implore you to perform an act of kindness towards someone who you are certain cannot repay you….

“Do Unto Others,

I’m sure we lose a lot of blessings we never even know about simply because we fail to do for others what we would like to have done for us. We always want to be blessed by others, but do we take the initiative to unselfishly bless them first?

If your marriage, family, or friendships aren’t what you would like them to be, you could literally turn them around by adopting this one principle right now.

You may have been waiting for your spouse to do something for you. Maybe you have even been stubbornly refusing to help a friend because you want them to help you first. Living this way can be selfishly comfortable, but things will never change until you decide to actively change them. It’s time to swallow your pride and save your relationships.

Instead of sitting around, focusing on yourself, waiting for blessings to come your way, it’s time to actively make sacrifices and serve the people God has placed in your life. Be a servant and make others the focus.

Instead of feeling rejected and ignored, you’ll be amazed at how your relationships improve when you treat others the way you want to be treated.

Prayer Starter: God, I have nothing to gain by living a selfish life. Instead of waiting for people to be good to me, I’m going to be good to them first, treating them the way I want to be treated.”

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8 Comments on Do Something for Someone Else

  1. The smile you get from helping people you know can never repay you is outta this world.
    I make it my duty everyday to put smile on someone’s face no matter how little it is. No matter what I’m going through,I always crave for that ‘smile’ Thanks for the word.


  2. Chrisyinks // November 3, 2015 at 16:19 // Reply

    Wise words – one that should be heeded!


  3. Joyce Meyer, always always inspirational. Thanks for sharing


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