Radical Kindness Bible Study

Bible Study by Candace Cameron Bure

Finding a place to connect with other Christians is not always easy and since we live on the outskirts, I decided maybe it's time to just be involved at home.  What does that even mean?

Well, it’s pretty simple, I’m doing my bible study and devotionals at home these days. This idea was inspired by a book I recently purchased, Radical Kindness by Candace Cameron Bure.

I must be honest, I am not really into "studies" per say, I prefer reading straight from my bible and letting the word speak to my heart.  But for whatever reason this title spoke to me so what could it hurt.

With a great introduction and no pressure approach

Great Intro and No Pressure Approach

The intro was great with a no pressure sort of approach.  She goes into how to use the book and explains that the questions for each day do not have a wrong answer.  This fascinated because it led me to believe it was a journey, like taking an inventory of our life. A chance to dive into specific scriptures and how they have or could have played a role in different situations.

As I went through each day there was a sense of good that lifted after every entry.  I also loved the idea of being able to write my responses in the book to some great questions. Since completing I have gone back to reread and reflect on my words.

It is my hope that one day my kids will run across this devotional and be encouraged to read it.  Faith can be a private thing and having thoughts written down to read later can also be comforting. 

a bible study to show you now to be kind in today's world.

Kindness in Today’s World

Kindness is really a decision and every day that we step foot into this world there are moments when it can be difficult to be kind.  People can be hurtful, some love to debate and others enjoy challenging one another in the least positive ways.  I don't know why this occurs and I refuse to waste time trying to figure it out.

Instead, I have chosen to live in a way that promotes good and sets a positive example.  I don’t always get it right, but I try and when I fail, I’m the first to admit I messed up. I have also learned that sometimes it’s okay to be selective where time is spent.

I believe kindness in today’s world looks different than say maybe thirty years ago.  It's very possible to accelerate being kind and sometimes it just begins by sharing a smile. This brings me to the fruit of the spirit, in Galatians 5:22. This happens to be my favorite scripture and those words keep me in check.  Look it up, reflect and notice "Kindness" is listed.

I highly recommend the Radical Kindness study.  It’s simple and you don’t have to do it every day. I enjoyed it so much that I’ve begun another, Love Over All, also by Candace.  Do something nice for you and be the good that God wants us all to experience. 

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