Christian BoyLove Forum #66494
Love waits for no one.
In my view, by default normal healthy human beings will exhibit unconditional love for all living things as a natural baseline.
During the day we may form personal opinions about other individuals who may seem to be helping or hindering us in our ways. But at the end of the day, when you remember the big picture, the miracles of God and Love in life, nobody deserves being left out from your loving them.
What's not to love anyway?
When individuals anger us, cause us to dislike them, it is not the human being we dislike, it's their sin. Hate the sins not the sinners.
I think this is what Jesus meant by "love thy neighbor" and "love thy enemies". When Christ dwells inside our hearts we all just naturally do this effortlessly. So that is what I mean by True Christians.
Christians living in true fidelity with Jesus will simply love everyone, at the end of the day at least.
On a bad day, I might get enraged at someone, or say that I hate the taliban or Kim Jong, but then at night during my meditation and prayer I see that I have no hatred in me, I just hate the sinning people do.
Forgive them for they know not what they do.
Isn't that what Jesus instructed?
So why is it so hard for people to remember to do?
We all get a little crazy sometimes, but at the end of the day though, who do you love? Who is restricted from your love and undeserving?