Number six: Give a gift

1 Timothy 6:18 That they do good, that they be rich in good works, ready to distribute, willing to communicate;

Even if your primary love language isn’t receiving gifts, it still feels great to receive one!

It also feels pretty amazing to be the giver.

Despite what you may think, you don’t need to have a lot of money to give someone a gift.

In fact, a gift can be as small or as elaborate as you’d like.

A handmade card, a jotted note, a dollar store card, a handmade gift, a gift card….

The list goes as far as your imagination can take you!

I hope you’ll take time out of your day to encourage someone with a gift.

God bless,

PS A quick gift from me to you:

JennAbout Jenn: I’m a Christian wife to an amazing man (since 1998) and a stay-at-home-teaching mom to four special & incredible boys (born in 2004, 2005, 2007, & 2009). I’m messy and cluttered, but working on that (really, I am!). I’m a discouraged perfectionist and a classic procrastinator who probably has both ADD & Autism, so I tend to jump from topic to topic (and activity to activity) without notice. My Love Languages are Words of Affirmation and Physical Touch. I’m an INFP who enjoys friends but loves to be alone. I love getting and giving hugs, and encouragement is a Spiritual gift of mine that can too-easily be turned into the weapon of discouragement, if I’m not careful. I enjoy writing, singing, words, drawing, photography, digital creations, and reading. Oh, and pizza, tacos, and steak. Now I’m hungry. That reminds me; I eat gluten free and try to eat organic and avoid white sugar and GMOs as much as possible.  Find me on Facebook (Writer/Editor page) (Fan page), Twitter, Pinterest, or Instagram.

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