November 10, 2018

Don’t Worry About Your Enemies

“You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you…” – Matthew 5:43,44 Yesterday, we talked about how we tend to worry about honor and whether or not we get the credit for our accomplishments. Today, we are going to discuss a third thing that we often fret about — our enemies. What exactly is an enemy? The formal definition is a person who is actively opposed to or hostile to someone or something. In our daily lives, our enemies are those who take a stand against us (or something that we stand for) in a way that is controlling, abusive or unpleasant. When we are insulted by a person at work, or someone in our family takes issue with something that we say or do, we often put that person in

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