It’s easy to love a family member or friend, but Jesus takes it a step further and tells us to love our enemies. Easier said than done. Join Charles Morris as he shares this week’s challenging new series.
Part 1: What can the story of Jonah teach you about loving your enemy? Surprisingly, a lot. In fact, it’s a perfect picture of how it’s the Lord’s love that saves, not our own.
Part 2:You might feel anonymous in the Lord’s kingdom, but one story in Scripture serves as a perfect reminder never to underestimate what God can do, no matter your circumstances.
Part 3: Jesus’ command to love your enemies is the most Christian command in the Bible because behind it lies the radical love of the Lord for his people—people who were once his own enemies.
Part 4: How would you respond if Jesus compared you with a dog? When this happened to a Canaanite woman in Matthew 15, she answered him with a humble heart. Could you do the same?
Part 5: Anyone who has grown up with a sibling knows that hostility is often more common than moments of peace. The same can be said of siblings in Scripture.
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