God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Spirit and with power; he went about doing good... (Acts 10:38)
The Bible suggests that doing good is a universal command. It is not limited to those we like or those who like me. Doing good is directed at everyone, even those who do not fit my definition of worthy to receive any good that I may direct their way. It is a universal command because no one is exempt from it. The responsibility to do good is a proactive. I must act and not wait to be asked to do good.
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