True love is not about getting something from someone else. It is about loving without the need to feel love in return. God’s love should be sufficient.
First, Give Them What They Ask For
Next, Give Them What They Really Want
Give Them What They Need
Many people are reluctant to ask for help, even if they need it very much. We should learn to be sensitive to the needs of others and provide for them, even if they do not ask for our help. But be careful about assuming too much: sometimes they would really prefer to do it themselves rather than to accept our help. Many older people, for instance, do not want help in getting in and out of cars, even though they appear to need help. They would rather do it themselves.
Always Follow The Law Of Love and The Golden Rule
The Law Of Love fulfills all of God’s law for mankind in this one saying, “Love your neighbor as yourself.” The Golden Rule puts The Law Of Love into action: “Treat others as you would like to be treated.” The Law Of Love and The Golden Rule are really the same idea, expressed in two different ways.
The Law Of Love
For the whole law is fulfilled in one word, “You shall love your
neighbor as yourself.” (Galatians 5:14 RSV)
And who is your neighbor? Everyone is your neighbor!
See Luke 10:25-37, “The Good Samaritan”
The Golden Rule
Feed them first and then tell him about Christ when he is more inclined to listen to you speak of the Gospel of Christ.