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Motivated by unselfishness
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I grew up in a time where we didn’t have some of the comforts we take for granted as pertaining to church. We didn’t have air-conditioning, nor did we have padded seats. To get the air flowing the windows would be open and there would be fans up near the ceiling. As for the hard seats, a few of the older folks would bring thin cushions to sit on.

Then there was the time when things changed. The church had air-conditioning and the seats were padded. There is nothing wrong with making things more comfortable but the problem many times is the “why” we do it. A church should make these changes so that those who don't know Jesus will be more apt to come in, not just for their own comfort. A church should always think of others first.

Everything we do in life as a Christian should be motivated by unselfishness. 1 Corinthians 10:24 reminds us, “Let no one seek his own good, but the good of his neighbor.”

So, what is your life motivated by?

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