Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep with them that weep.

Romans 12:15


When you hear of something beautiful happening to someone else, what’s your initial reaction? Do you genuinely feel happy for them, or do you find yourself comparing their blessings to your own life and feeling envious?

Similarly, when you witness others in pain or distress, do you respond with genuine compassion and a desire to help or intercede, or do you tend to ignore their suffering or even mock them?

In this fast-paced world, it’s easy to lose touch with our sense of compassion and care for others. We often get so wrapped up in our own lives that we forget to truly empathise with those around us. Instead, we may only look up briefly to wish for something they have, without experiencing genuine happiness for them.

If we don’t take the time to reflect on ourselves, it’s all too easy to overlook our shortcomings in showing compassion.

A compassionate heart is one that is moved by the struggles of others. It doesn’t just consider how situations benefit oneself but also seeks to understand how they affect others, finding joy in their growth and happiness.

Let this serve as a reminder to approach the world with compassion. Whether it’s the angry bus driver or the lost girl in your neighborhood, try to view them with empathy and let that compassion drive you to take action – whether through prayer, giving, or offering words of encouragement.


Lord, I surrender my heart to you, asking for a compassionate spirit. Help me look beyond myself and extend genuine compassion to others as you guide me.

May this message remind us of God’s love and guidance in our lives, enriching our spiritual journey. Feel free to share your thoughts below, and for more resources to support your spiritual growth, click here.

Wishing you a wonderful day ahead!

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