Let’s practice loving our haters. That does not mean you should accept physical, verbal, or mental abuse. But it is possible to love your enemies so much that you love the hate out of them! You can make it impossible for them to continue to hate you. Apply the love principles in this snack; let me know if you need help.
God is appreciative of these acts of love. They are not orders as was the old way [under the law]; rather, they come from the heart. Keep in mind that grace gives us freedom and does not impose strict rules on us.
Please remember, you are a Christian brother or sister. So, each time you look into a mirror, love that Christian brother/sister that you see. In conclusion, obey God and love others as you, child of God, love yourself. Most importantly, you must love and take care of yourself!
If you love yourself and believe God has forgiven you, forgive yourself. Keep this in mind: love covers and forgives all sins. So, do not carry the burden of your past sins. Because the love of God for His children releases you from guilt and ultimate punishment. Therefore, release yourself/forgive yourself, and be set free from the guilt and shame of your forgiven sin.
Agape love is perfect love, it comes from God. You freely receive it and it cost nothing to use it. So give it to others and show them how to use it. Let everyone know you are God’s child; show genuine love to both God and others.
Learn to use faithfulness. It is another wonderful gift from God. With this grace, we can be faithful to God, our spouse, and other commitments. The Holy Spirit gives us what we need to succeed! Stay with us and enjoy this Bible study.
If you have an unresolved issue (KJV: ought) with anyone, fix it! Why be angry, why hold grudges, why not work it out so you can live in harmony with each other? Living in harmony is pleasant, it is precious and refreshing.
We must forgive and love each other; just as the Lord loves and has forgiven you, you also must forgive. If we do not forgive others, we will not be forgiven by God. Forgive each other, be forgiven and blessed
Hopefully, you will be willing to do what you can to show people the love of God and help the needy! Helping the homeless and the poor is part of ministry and genuine love, as demonstrated by Jesus, His disciples, and the churches in the Bible. Follow the example of Jesus and the Apostles; help the needy and be blessed