Remembering the Good in People

Remembering the Good in People


In this first of a two-part sermon series, Fr. Nicholas Louh reminds us that we must remember that which is GOOD, starting with People. As we pass through our busy lives we may fail to appropriately appreciate people, or even take them for granted altogether. In our relationships in particular, we magnify the bad things people do rather than focus on the good. Just because we think something, doesn’t mean we need to speak it or even that it is true. Our relationships fail to grow because we don’t embrace what is good.


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Fr. Nicholas Louh

Fr. Nicholas Louh is the Pastor of St. John the Divine Greek Orthodox Church in Jacksonville, FL. Visit his parish website for more resources and information to help you in your walk of faith