Love your enemies doesn’t mean don’t hurt them, it means help them.

Read Matthew 5:38-48

 

This past Sunday we learned about what it means to love our enemies. Whether that may be a rivalry between teams or a situation of bullying, we are called to love these people regardless of the way that they treat us. 

 

Loving your enemies doesn’t mean don’t hurt them, it means help them. There are two options that most choose when it comes to how you handle confrontation: fight or flee. But we want you to choose neither and show them love and compassion through your relationship with Jesus Christ. 

 

Take some time to think about who your enemies are and make a plan of how you can help them. 

 

Pray for your enemies and ask God to help you love them like Jesus would.

Author: Grace Students

Grace Students is the student ministry of Grace Church in Wooster, OH. Our mission is to develop all students into fully devoted followers of Christ.

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