Sunday July 5, 2020 Lady Michelle Harris
Love Is Not Rude
Today we’re going to talk about how love is not rude. Being rude means we say or do something that hurts someone else. If we want to show love instead of being rude, we can be kind to others and help them when they need it. Another way to not be rude is to listen while others are talking, without interrupting. Let’s practice not being rude to others by giving everyone a chance to share. We’re going to go around the circle. When it’s your turn, tell the group your name and answer this question: If you were a racer, what kind of car would you like to race?
Even though Nabal was rude to David, Abigail showed love by being kind instead. She brought David and his men food and drink when they needed it, because Abigail knew that love is not rude. That’s what we need to know today. Say this with me!
“Love is patient. Love is kind. It does not want what belongs to others…”
“It does not brag. It is not proud. It is not rude…”
PRAY the following:
That you would remember the story of David, Nabal, and Abigail this week and remember that love is not rude.
That God would help you show love to others by not being rude.