12 Days of Christmas Kindness

When I am going through a difficult season, I find it incredibly helpful to focus on others.

I like to prayerfully ask, “How can I be a blessing to someone today?” Β It gets my mind off my own troubles and onto being a part of the healing of someone else’s troubles.

Sounds like a good recipe for joy. :-)

Plus, it is reflective of the true spirit of Christmas as seen in Matthew 20:28 – “The Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life as a ransom for many.”

Here are 12 easy ways to inspire you to be a part of making someone’s Christmas a little brighter.12 christmas acts of kindness

Happy Christmas RAK-ing! :-)

6 thoughts on “12 Days of Christmas Kindness

  1. My little girl learned this song last year, to the tune of “Jingle Bells”:
    J-O-Y, J-O-Y, this must surely mean, Jesus First, Yourself Last, and Others in Between!

    Thanks for spreading the joy, Julie!

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  3. You have inspired me to start RAK-ing. I did it yesterday – coffee for the Salvation Army bell ringer and donation to a homeless man outside of Walmart. I’m really feeling the true spirit of Christmas!

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