I feel like this chapter could serve as a “feedback form” (like one you would fill out at a restaurant or a shop that asks for your customer feedback) if we allowed it to. You see, as Christians, above all else, we are called to love. Jesus made that clear when He was asked about the most important commandment; to love God and to love others. But do we get caught up in our own agendas, our own programs (even though we are convinced they are “of God”), and our own pride, or are we really living, walking, breathing, LOVING examples of Jesus? As I said, I think 1 Corinthians chapter 13 holds the answer to that. We could read it and judge for ourselves but often we might not have a totally clear picture of who we are and how we represent ourselves and God to others. So better yet, we could create a “service provider feedback form” based on 1 Corinthians chapter 13.
All you have to do is replace the word “love” with your name, print out a bunch of forms, and hand them out to all your friends and family, Christian and Non, asking them to openly and honestly give their opinions and feedback; you might find they will be more honest if they are allowed to remain anonymous. The form could go as follows:
Love Service Provision of Ryan: Feedback form
Instructions: Please read the following statements, think carefully about the best answer and rate the validity in the statement from 1 to 10 (1 being “very much NOT true”, and 10 being “VERY much true”), pertaining to how you view Ryan.
Ryan is patient. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Please feel free to add additional comments about Ryan:______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Thank you for taking the time to fill out this form! Your feedback is important to Ryan!