The man who tries to be the right example to every child,
rather than talk about it.
The man who has a passion to help,
rather than a passion to be helped.
The man who is willing to say, “I was wrong, I’m sorry.”
The man who will look at temptation squarely and say, “No.”
The man who puts God‘s business above any other.
The man who throws himself totally into a project,
then give the credit for its success to his helpers.
The man who has a ready smile and a pat on the back for others.
The man who brings his children to church
rather than sending them.
The man who can see his own faults
before he sees the faults of others.
The man who gives his money, time and talent
without thought of them.
— Gems of Thought
- Galatians Chapter 6 (faithgirlsdiscipleship.wordpress.com)