Grace does build upon human nature and experience.
Such favor and blessing builds even better on positive encounters.
Still more, people are happier, heal up better and live longer
I caught a glimpse of a news clip as I smiled my way to the car from my kitchen.
Watching people grow by way of growth groups and spiritual direction, even clinical counseling is a satisfying and pleasant ministry for me.
When I was a substance abuse therapist at Sacred Heart Rehabilittion Center in Memphis, MI., aftr arriving home and going out to visit friends, they would ask:
"Are you alway so upbeat?"
"You mean the whistling?" I asked.
People notice happy people.
Now, science is showing it's true.
Grace does build on positive human nature.
After all, people may make a fast U-turn to the crowd they are flocking toward if they
sense that they appear dull, lifeless, unengaging and without vibrance and enthusiasm as
they discuss and drink a healthy non-toxic beverage.