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Author Kimberly Rose Johnson & The Strength of Compassion & Giveaway — 12 Comments

  1. I wanted to let everyone know that you can pick up Island Refuge, the first book in my Wildflower B&B Romance series for FREE this week. The second book, Island Dreams is on sale.

  2. Congratulations on your book Christmas Homecoming Kimberly! The cover is beautiful and sounds very interesting.
    I have been shown compassion and kindness from family and dear friends over the years. After surgeries they were there for me and helped me when I couldn’t walk or whatever was needed.
    Blessings,Tina

  3. Love this post and the comments. Kimberly, what book are you reading? Sounds like a great one. Kindness and encouragement-I’m going to make a greater effort. It just takes a moment to show kindness to someone. Thank you!

  4. Thank you for sharing that, Becky. You reminded me of something I found out about this week. My sister sent my son a text and asked if he needed anything. He rarely will admit to needing anything and in this case said yes. I need laundry money. She took care of his need.

  5. Yes, kindness is one of the fruits of the spirit and is rare in this angry world. So happy to read about others who have received kindness just when they needed it. The Lord does provide.

  6. I have been very blessed in my life by many friends who have always been there tp encourage me, help me and just listen
    Thanks for sharing Kimberly’s interview.
    Connie
    cps1950(at)gmail(dot)com

  7. What a wonderfully kind and sensitive woman. I’m sorry about your dad. I haven’t lost a parent yet, but my husband lost both of his at the same time, and it was very difficult.
    I remember one family in particular that went out of their way to help me get the where I needed to be. People like that are true treasures.

  8. Just wanted to say that I love the Sunriver Dreams series! I would highly recommend it to everyone. And, yes, I have been shown special kindness and compassion many, many times. One particularly touching times was when I was in college and had to wash my clothes out by hand because I couldn’t afford to use the machines. Money for laundry was sent to me by “God” with the scripture Luke 12:32 “So not be afraid, little flock, for your Father has chosen gladly to give you the KIngdom.” And there are so many more times I could share…

  9. Yes, a dear neighbor who saw a need, acted upon it and gave great relief to a grieving family. My father passed away in March. About 12 days prior to that he had an incredibly difficult experience at home and we were sure it was he last day on earth. Seeing all the vehicles at my parents’ home, this wonderful woman dropped by, assessed the situation and left only to return later with enough food to feed the army of family and helpers that were there. We were so amazed and thankful for her compassion and love. She continued to help throughout that period and after at the funeral. I will never forget her deep Christlike love.

  10. Oh, yes, I have been shown special kindness and compassion, when I had breast cancer in 2005. Lots of other times, too. But, during that time, I really was blessed with family and friends who showed me love and kindness. I can remember one person saying, “You don’t have to wear a hat around us. Your head is beautiful.” That was right after all of my hair fell out due to chemotherapy. I took off my hat and didn’t feel odd at all. I felt loved. 🙂

  11. Thanks for having me Lyn. I look forward to reading the comments. I’m actually reading a book right now that talks about kindness and how showing it to people can make such a huge impact on not only their life but the person showing it as well.

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