2. To help the lost to find God. This includes standing beside them through tough times, letting them vent their feelings, offering them support and encouragement, helping pay bills due to financial tragedy, sitting in an ICU waiting room, and the like.
3. Specific goals. Real example: being in the right place at the right time to prevent a teenager from making a very self-destructive decision.
Do those examples not fall under the category of loving and kindness?
Some of this falls under moral guidance and this is typically taught early in the home, it is taught in many small ways, such as responding to a child's cries.(this teaches a child how to value others feelings.) So when you say helping someone who is lost what exactly are you saying. It seems to me you are trying to instill what has not been given at some point and then in some cases offering humanitarian help for others.
Edited by Sherapy, 21 November 2013 - 05:47 PM.