Compaixão (Compassion - Portuguese)

A dádiva do Grande Mestre

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Compaixão (Compassion - Portuguese)

A dádiva do Grande Mestre
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Soares, Ulisses

Compaixão (Compassion - Portuguese)

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Durante Sua vida, o Salvador demonstrava uma capacidade ilimitada de compaixão ao abençoar, elevar e curar as pessoas onde quer que Ele estivesse. Seu foco era amar e servir a todas as pessoas ao Seu redor, naquela época e continua até hoje. Por meio da maneira que Ele tratava as outras pessoas e por meio das amorosas dádivas que Ele nos fornece para nos guiar de volta a Ele, Cristo demonstra compaixão continuamente por todos e cada um dos filhos de Deus e nos convida a fazer o mesmo. No livro Compaixão: A Dádiva do Grande Mestre, o élder Ulisses Soares ensina que tal como o Salvador está ao nosso lado quando buscamos alívio das dores desta vida, Ele nos pede para sermos Suas mãos, Seus pés, olhos e ouvidos e para fazermos as coisas que Ele fez: carregar os fardos uns dos outros, consolar os que necessitam de consolo, chorar com os que choram, alimentar os famintos, visitar os doentes, socorrer os fracos e elevar as mãos que pendem. O élder Soares ensina: “Todos temos a oportunidade de nos achegarmos a Cristo e recebermos a compaixão divina que é tão necessária em nosso mundo. Ao participarmos das compassivas dádivas que o Salvador nos tem oferecido, somos mais capazes de compartilharmos Sua compaixão com aqueles ao nosso redor. Quando exercemos compaixão para com nosso próximo, praticamos a arte do grande Mestre que nos cura, ajudando a curar males e divisões que, de outra forma, poderiam infeccionar e causar feridas.” Ao suplicarmos pelos dons de caridade e compaixão e buscarmos nos tornar como Ele, também podemos abençoar, elevar e curar aqueles que nos cercam. Throughout His life, the Savior showed an unlimited capacity for compassion as He blessed, lifted, and healed people wherever He went. His focus was to love and serve everyone around Him, then and now. Both through His treatment of others and through the loving gifts that He has provided us to guide us back to Him, Christ continually demonstrates compassion for each of God’s children and invites us to do the same. In Compassion: The Great Healer’s Art, Elder Ulisses Soares teaches that just as the Savior is there for us when we seek relief from the pains of this life, He asks us to be His hands, feet, eyes, and ears and to do the things He has done: bear one another’s burdens, comfort those in need of comfort, mourn with those who mourn, feed the hungry, visit the sick, succor the weak, lift up the hands that hang down. Elder Soares teaches, “We each have the opportunity to come unto the Savior and receive the divine compassion that is so needed in our world. As we partake of the gifts the Savior has offered us, we are better able to share His compassion with those around us.” When we practice compassion for others, we practice the Great Healer’s art, sealing up wounds and divisions that might otherwise fester and injure. As we plead for the gifts of charity and compassion and strive to become like Him, we too can bless, lift, and heal those around us.
Author Soares, Ulisses
Publisher Deseret Book Company