September 13, 2018

Luke 6:27-38

Jesus’ teaching about discipleship carries the greatest challenge of all. It is not enough to love those with whom we are in a loving relationship. He calls us to love those who are the least loveable. We must “love, do good, and give” not just to friends but to enemies as well.

Help me to put on “heartfelt compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience,” to never judge, to always forgive.

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