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May 23, 2015



Hebrews 13:2


Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for thereby some have entertained angels unawares.





Abraham “entertained angels” when he showed them hospitality. So did Lot, Gideon, and Manoah. “Hospitality” is a concrete expression of Christian love today, as it was in the first century. Abraham received a special blessing because he showed hospitality, and we may, too. All Christians should practice hospitality, especially Christian leaders.

Hospitality isn’t just an admirable social skill; It’s essential for anyone who follows Christ. When we show kindness to outsiders, we reflect the character of God.


Memory Verse: Jeremiah 22:3


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