Practice Hospitality

Hospitality literally means “love of strangers or aquaintances; friendliness shown to strangers; readiness to be generous.”

Practice is the act of earnestly pursuing.

Therefore, to practice hospitality is to earnestly seek to show love and generosity to God’s people, to strangers, and to those outside of our close social circles, especially those who are in need.

Hospitality is a command, and is not without reward.

Hospitality should be offered with a cheerful, uncomplaining attitude—it can be shown in many ways, using many varied gifts.

What are some ways you have experienced hospitality?

More on hospitality tomorrow