Valuing others/ people

Posted: November 10, 2013 in Family/ kids and environments, Valuing others

Valuing people is important. When we value people, we might be valued back or not valued back, it doesn’t matter, we still got to value people. Valuing people will provide you wisdom. Valuing people is one great way to build relationships. No relationships can be build if we don’t value each others. You might call each others “friends” with someone or some people somewhere, out together, sport together, stay in the same home together, go to theater to watch movies together, but the point is that, “Do we value each others and do we value one another? that’s one important point. Therefore we need to value people, because people are valuable, we need to value each an everyone, because everyone are valuable. And because everyone are valuable in the sight of God, the true value of each person on earth to God is the blood of Jesus Christ, in the sight of God we all value the blood of His son Jesus Christ, because the price of each person on earth is the Blood of Jesus Christ. We are to value people as the Father God valued us. We are to value people as the Father God valued them.

One example of Valuing Others:

I’ve got quiet a few experiences on this topic, some people really find their Identity in Christ, binding up fears, live a life of boldness and courage, etc. But then i chose not to share, and this’s just one example.

In my place in India, I’m from the NE India, culturally the plain Indians are looked down and despised by the NE Indian. But then God didn’t allow us to despise and look down on them. Christ died for them, gave His life, sacrifice His life, shed His blood for them. Many of the plain Indian living in the NE India seems to have some kind of insecurity because of being mocked, despised, hated by people and so on. And unless we have a true value for them, it will be hard for us, for many people to build relationship with them. Valuing one another build trust in one another.

I’ve got a friend, he’s a muslim, a young guy, we have invited him once to have dinner in our new home at Bawngkawn, Aizawl, India. He was happy and enjoying, he gave our 2 boys 1 hanky each, toys and some apple fruits. And when he went to their home land and came back, he bought a towel for our two boys. He is not a rich person, just having a small shop on the road side of the street, therefore those were awesome things and awesome gifts to us. They are despised by many people in our lands, therefore even all his other friends from the plain were good to me when ever they saw me, and he is good to my family, my wife and us, because of just one invitation for dinner.

Abraham Lincoln: One of a popular and famous person in History for valuing people was Abraham Lincoln, who was the President of the United State. He was bold, courageous, compassionate, speaks the truths and fight for freedom because of his value for people.

Valuing people build their Identities in Christ:

If you say, “I love someone”, but do not value them, you do not love them. One of the main way love is measured is in your value for them. Jesus valued us, therefore he died for us on the cross.

Devaluing others can bring damage to people, in their minds, will, emotions, their life, works, destinies, their Identities in Christ, and in other things, while valuing others can bring healing to them, and valuing people will build their Identities in Christ. There are no one perfect on earth, therefore everyone on earth need to be valued, and need to be established in our Identities in Christ.

Everyone on earth wants to be loved and want to be valued. The Greatest presidents want to be valued and love, the people in the streets want to be valued and love, we all want to be loved and valued.

To work together in a team, or partner with others, we need to value others and one another. To build relationship with others, we need to value others and one another. To serve and minister to people, we need to value people. To reach out to the lost souls we need to value people. To reach out to what we would call the least and the last in this world, to the street people, homeless, street kids and orphans in the streets, we need to value people.

We need to value our kids, we need to value each others as couples, as a family, we need to value others, we need to value our in laws, we need to value people, we need to value others and value one another.

It is Foundational:

Valuing one another build trust in one another. We need to value others, value people, value one another, to build a good relationship with others. Valuing others is one of the main foundation for building relationships. Therefore building an environment and a culture of “valuing one another” is foundational to relationships.

– David Chawngthu

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