How We Love Our Enemies - Mantric - Die Old (File)

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  1. “ Love your enemies, do good to them which hate you.” Luke The slave, known as Elijah, had been born a free man in Africa. He was a grown man when slave traders, led by a traitor, a small African man, attacked his village and snatched up all able-bodied young men and dragged them off in .
  2. Oct 25,  · The word “love” used in Matthew is agape. Therefore, we are to love our enemies unconditionally, selflessly, and sacrificially. You are right that we cannot love our enemies on our own. We need God to love through us. May His love in us manifest through us!
  3. Oct 04,  · We’ll look at what it means to love our enemies, why we would, and how it works, but first we’ll start with who told us to do so. Who Told Us: "Love Your Enemies" In Proverbs we’re told not to gloat when our enemy falls. In Proverbs we’re told to feed our enemy when he’s hungry. But the blatant instruction to love our.
  4. Sep 26,  · Just as David needed King Saul to pursue him, to persecute him and repeatedly attempt to kill him, we need the enemies God sends to us. If we didn’t need them, he wouldn’t send them. Therefore, we thank God who knows best, and we love our enemies the best way we can. Often God raises up an enemy to see if we really want to be like Jesus.
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  6. Jul 16,  · ‘If someone had to die, I thought it should be me’: 6-year-old saves little sister from dog attack. FILE PHOTO: A brother saved his little sister from a dog attack. We love our brave boy.
  7. Aug 10,  · I think “love your enemies” is the most unreasonable thing Jesus says. And that’s saying something, because it’s coming from a guy who also says stuff like “eat my flesh and drink my blood,” “hate your mother and father” and “sell all your possessions and give the money to the poor” (John , Luke and Matthew
  8. Jan 29,  · But these are windows that we can look through & see the nature of Christ's love, & the love that we, too, are to have as His people. B. Secondly, I don't believe that Jesus is saying that we are to love just our enemies. He doesn't tell us to love our friends. He doesn't have to, because we love our friends, anyway.
  9. (Matthew ; John ) Thus, Paul wrote to Christians of his day: “We do not wage warfare according to what we are in the flesh. For the weapons of our warfare are not fleshly, but powerful by God for overturning reasonings and every lofty thing raised up against the knowledge of God.” —2 Corinthians ; Ephesians

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