No vague dream of perfection
You say you want to be like Christ. You ask Him to print His own image on your heart. Here, then is the image! It is no vague dream of perfection that we are to think of–when we ask to be made like Christ. The Catholic monks thought that they were becoming like Christ–when they went into the wilderness, away from men, to live in cold cells. But that is not what this picture suggests. “To serve“–that is the Christlike thing! Instead of fleeing away from the world–we are to live among men, to serve them, to seek to bless them, to do them good, to give our life for them! —J.R. Miller
Focus question: Who can I serve today? What can I do to serve someone? Can I ask someone else what I can I do to serve them?
God above who came below, show me a need that cries for fulfillment, a person who is not being served, that I might be that servant.