Micah 6:8; Genesis 50:1-21
Micah 6:8 reveals the second character quality of a life well lived: kindness—a quality often expressed in mercy or forgiveness. Few things catch the attention or remain in the memory more than such acts of unmerited kindness, but it sometimes seems that everything around us works to block those acts. Of all the biblical examples of amazing acts of kindness, Joseph’s treatment of his brothers may shine the brightest.
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“The Cab-Ride Story” Pages 57-64 from Make Me an Instrument of Your Peace by Kent Nerburn. Copyright © 1999 by Kent Nerburn. Used by permission of HarperCollins Publishers.
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