Goodness therapy for angst and guilt

Let us consider how to stir one another to love and good works. Heb. 10:24

Is it that effective in the long run to try to guilt people into doing good works?
We can choose to do outrage and grief: constantly focusing on the brutalities and grieving the injustices of life on earth.
We can choose to do sin patrol: noticing and pointing out all the ways we and other people mess up, might mess up, or have messed up in the past.
Or we can choose to do good: looking for, embracing, and celebrating Christ’s renewal, restoration, reconciliation, and redemption of us. Maybe we aren’t here to do His good work so much as that we are His good work.
The outcomes and impacts on the lives of others, and on the state of the world in general, will be different when we come from a place of love and goodness than when we come from a place of angst and guilt.

Lord, help me to stir others to recognize and enjoy Your love and goodness.