When exam time comes around, I’m stressed man.

But other people are stressed too. Maybe there’s other hectic stuff going on that we don’t know about in their lives. There’s so many struggles that people are facing.

Proverbs speaks about anxiety weighing down the heart, but a kind word cheers it up – See Proverbs12:25 ( Be kind to those around you, do something to cheer someone else up. Let Jesus use you to bring His joy and light to someone. Send them a message of encouragement with a scripture. Buy them something nice to eat. Pray for them. As a bonus, you will feel happy when you make someone else happy. It’s a win-win.



Write it out!

Write down the salvation message on a card and a personal message of your faith and give it to someone. You could say something when you give the card by explaining it or give an extra word of encouragement. If it’s someone begging for food, you could perhaps give it to them with an apple or a sandwich.

The card can be very helpful in explaining your faith, especially with remembering all the important aspects of it.
After-all, Jesus did commission us to tell the world about Him.

Read about it in Matthew 28:16-20 (



Are you an encourager?

Lately I have been so aware of how easy it is to break each other down with the words we say to one another. This got me thinking about what it means to be an encourager? The dictionary gives us this definition: “Encouragement is the action of giving someone support, confidence, or hope.”

We as believers have this amazing opportunity to give support, encouragement and even hope to those around us, because of Jesus and who He is in our lives.
Proverbs 11:25 says that as we encourage others, we will also be encouraged.
Who in your world can you encourage today?

Read Proverbs 11:25 here: