Compassion is a wrenching of the guts for another person. It comes from seeing their needs, and it results in action. When Jesus saw the leper, he was moved with compassion, then healed him. Likewise, when Jesus saw the crowds, he was moved with compassion, then fed them. Our eyes and our hands are connected through our bowels. God's kingdom comes to the earth when we love in action.
So what does this look like, practically? Pastor Ray and Alexandra share real life examples from visiting alcoholics in prison to cleaning toilets. And, always, there is prayer. Will you, this week, let your bowels of compassion move for somebody, and reach out in an act of kindness?