Loving Noah

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On this Valentine’s Day, I invite you to think about ‘loving your neighbour’. I hope this example of Dwight and his family is an inspiration to you. Take a look at the video ‘Loving Noah’ and challenge yourself.

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  1. Sylvia on 14/02/2019 at 3:34 PM

    Awesome
    We all need to do more for each other!

    • Marilyn on 16/02/2019 at 2:38 AM

      God said we must first love our neighbors as ourselves. We are God servants, and that we must server others. We not to think highly of ourselves than others. Jesus came on earth to demonstrate his loving kindness to us,and feed thousands of people. Jesus heal the sick he make the blind to see,and the lame to walk, and he raised the dead. What a loving God. Jesus came to served us, we are to walk in his footsteps. Thank you for this lovely video it is so encouraging.

  2. Jackie Freeland on 14/02/2019 at 3:52 PM

    The video is showing what Jesus did when he came here on earth. He served, He loved, He clothed and Feed . I am so happy to see how others gives so selfishly. Thanks for Sharing :-)

  3. Martina on 14/02/2019 at 6:16 PM

    This video “Loving Noah” has touched my heart! especially seeing Noah ~~~~~~SMILE~~~~~~ ….. oh!! thank You Jesus! I so appreciate the captioning for the Deaf/HoH to read what’s being said by the people in the video. I didn’t take much into consideration about the wife/mom about HER sacrifices and SHE relied on the Holy Spirit to HER (watching out for her children being hugged and touching hands with Noah for sanitary reasons and trust as well …) Noah’s smile does go a very long way. Made me smile so!! Thank you for captioning and sharing! :-)

  4. Aimee Palmer on 14/02/2019 at 6:57 PM

    Wow… That is so true and so relatable. To see that we need to more for those not in our position to do for themselves. And know that best intentions can cause struggle of the unknown. That is where God does come in, he guides us to where and what he thinks best.

  5. Laura Payne on 15/02/2019 at 4:07 AM

    This is beautiful. At our church, we ask “what does love require of me?”. This. To love God with all of my heart and love your neighbor as yourself. I love the honesty. It’s a choice they make as they respond to the spirit but it’s not an easy one.

  6. Claire on 15/02/2019 at 5:41 AM

    This brought me to tears. Noah’s smile in the midst of his trial conveyed the attitude we as Christians should show. I believe Noah is in this family’s lives for a purpose just as the family is in his and his friend’s lives. Jesus can bring anyone to us whether it be for an hour or a lifetime to minister to each other. The love this family displayed and the consistency was Jesus in action. God bless all of these people. So encouraging.

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