So I give you a new command: Love each other deeply and fully. Remember the ways that I have loved you, and demonstrate your love for others in those same ways. Everyone will know you as My followers if you demonstrate your love to others. John 13:34-35
It’s not only a part of this blog, but it’s what God prompts us to do. And not only on Valentine’s Day, either.
Can we love enough to make a difference? I believe we can. How much love can we spread today? Below are some suggestions. Feel free to add your own!
50 Ways To Love Others
- Give a hug.
- Hold the door open for someone.
- Open the car door for someone special.
- Bake a homemade treat for someone.
- Pay for the bill of the person behind you in the drive-thru lane.
- Dedicate a song to someone.
- Write a loving note.
- Pray for someone.
- Send a text saying, “You are loved.”
- Encourage someone with your words.
- Do something totally unexpected for someone.
- Hold hands.
- Wash your spouse’s car.
- Bring home chocolate.
- Send an encouraging email.
- Send flowers.
- Do something kind for a neighbor.
- Make dinner for an elderly friend.
- Host a cookie decorating party for the neighborhood kids.
- Send an uplifting card in the mail.
- Really listen to the person you are with.
- Make a handwritten card.
- Write a love note to your child.
- Say thank you.
- Strike up a conversation with someone you’ve never talked to before.
- Look people in the eye.
- Extend a compliment.
- Make someone laugh.
- Bless someone with the gift of your time.
- Make chocolate chip cookies to give away. (Who doesn’t love those??)
- Do your sibling’s chores for him/her.
- Complete a task your spouse has asked you to do.
- Speak uplifting words.
- Call a friend out of the blue.
- Wish someone a great day.
- Pray with someone.
- Purchase a special gift.
- Bring home flowers.
- Let someone else take the close-to-the-door parking spot.
- Give anonymously.
- Help a single parent.
- Plug someone’s parking meter.
- Pay for the dinner of the family next to you in the restaurant.
- Write a former teacher and share how they impacted your life.
- Take a struggling friend out for dinner.
- Invite a friend to church.
- Give someone a Bible who doesn’t have one.
- Do something without being asked.
- Tell a co-worker how much you appreciate him/her.
There are so many ways to show love!
Add yours to the list below.
May we be known for our love!
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