36 thoughts on “A Servant’s Heart

  1. I wonder how many people think of a servant’s heart as subservience, rather than quiet humility. I think I’d like to be known as a woman with a servant’s heart…not sure I wouldn’t have to change a few things about me, however. LOL! Lovely, Colleen.


  2. Yes, it is a wonderful idea to have the heart of a servant. And Peter is absolutely right, everyone should have something of it. I think I know someone. Hopefully, these people can also receive love not only give.


  3. I missed a few posts and decided to binge on my friend, Colleen’s blog posts. šŸ˜Š
    I know maybe two people I would describes as having a servant’s heart. One is named Jesse a very kind man, one who used to volunteer at the nursing home ( the years I worked there, 94-99) After I went to be a preschool special needs teacher, I only have seen him at the library or wiping tables at McDs xo šŸ’–šŸ’


  4. The other one is a woman who can barely walk, she uses a cane but delivers Meals on Wheels 3 x a week. She is so humble and over 70 years old. I don’t actually know her age! Dee is a lovely and sweet lady who gives of her time and energy. šŸŒ¹


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