Category Archives: Hospitality

Driven To Keep A Confidential Commitment To Be Compassionate – Part 2

In part 1 of this post, we began to examine David’s commitment to his dear friend Jonathan. This is found in 1 Samuel 20:“42 And Jonathan said to David, Go in peace, forasmuch as we have sworn both of us in … Continue reading

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Driven To Keep A Confidential Commitment To Be Compassionate

2 Samuel 4 tells us that Mephibosheth, the son of Jonathan, was only five years old when Saul died. Mephibosheth’s nurse, learning of Saul and Jonathan’s death, grabbed the boy and fled for their lives. However, while fleeing, she fell on … Continue reading

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7 Ingredients Of Inconvenient Compassion

The February issue of Campus Life told about a man named Alvin Verette, in New Roads, LA. Alvin was trying to profit off of two things: 1) People’s compassion for their loved ones and 2) Those same people’s laziness. Alvin … Continue reading

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