Let brotherly love continue. Don’t neglect to show hospitality, for by doing this some have welcomed angels as guests without knowing it. Remember those in prison, as though you were in prison with them, and the mistreated, as though you yourselves were suffering bodily.
Hebrews 13:1-3 (CSB)
Biblical hospitality isn’t assigned only to the home. It is surely about opening our doors and welcoming others with the generosity that flows from Christ’s love, but it’s also about taking it with us wherever we go — on playdates to the park, in our offices for work, when visiting a loved one or even a stranger in prison.
Hospitality is meant to be embodied. It is to live within us, to be woven into the very fabric of our being, our mentality, our schedules, our everyday moments. It’s not a one-and-done deal but an ongoing discipline of Jesus’ love poured out to those around us.
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