When it is announced that someone is sick, DO YOU send them a card, offer help, visit them in the hospital, or get irritated with announcements about people you don't even know?
When new souls are added to the church, new members place membership, or people respond asking for prayers, DO YOU introduce yourself and welcome them and encourage them?
When there isn't enough fellowship, DO YOU invite Christians into your home or plan and carry out activities for others?
When no one seems friendly, DO YOU become a friend to someone in need, make it your place to greet visitors, or invite people who are weak into your home?
When Bible classes are provided, DO YOU attend faithfully and encourage others to do so, prepare your lesson, contribute to the class discussion or sit with your mouth shut waiting for the class to become more interesting?
When someone is absent from the assembly, DO YOU call to find out why, exhort and encourage them, offer transportation or even notice that they are missing?
When there is a special program, DO YOU help advertise the meeting, invite others to come, encourage others to participate in a Bible study, support the effort with your attendance or ignore the whole thing?
1 Thess 3:11-13 11 aNow may bour God and Father cHimself and Jesus our Lord ddirect our way to you; 12 and may the Lord cause you to increase and aabound in love for one another, and for all people, just as we also do for you; 1
DO YOU abound in LOVE for your fellow man? We cannot always do all that is on this list but let us try to do all we can.