Love Everyone and Hate No One

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Enemies. That’s a harsh word, but put it in a sentence that reads as “But I say to you, love your enemies!” and it just gets confusing. We might say that calling someone we don’t care for all that much as our enemies is a bit dramatic. We may not like them too well and we clash with them, but they’re not worthy of being called an enemy. Whether they can be categorized as our enemies or not, we are called to love them. Loving them is not an easy task, but it will benefit us and those we are to love despite all logic.

Love those who hurt you. 
No one understands this better than Jesus. One of his own disciples betrayed him and handed him over to be crucified. To me, that is the worst. I’ve had friendship problems in the past, but nothing as extreme as what Jesus dealt with. Jesus knew that he…

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