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Let’s put a hurt on hate

“No offense to those I know love me, but have you ever felt there were times in life when family and so-called friends have hurt you more than your worst enemy? It starts becoming more clear why Jesus said, “Love your enemies.” At least with enemies you know where they are coming from. On hurtful days it is great to remember God loves us and our only responsibility is to love him, love others (everyone) and ourselves. When we focus on love, we put a hurt on hate.”


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