Forgiveness creates a world without enemies
Love with humility will work wonders and that is the way to become children of God.
Jesus calls us to love our enemies. But who are our enemies? Hopefully, we do not have enemies in the sense of those who have wilfully chosen to hate us although there may be a few people who hoard some anger and grudges against us.
Anger brings out uncharitable words that hurt. St. Paul says in Eph 5:26-27, “if you become angry, do not let your anger lead you into sin and do not stay angry all day, do not give the devil a chance”.
Therefore, our anger must subside with sunset and if possible, reconcile with the opponent before sun sets. To love them does not necessarily imply becoming best friends but we can certainly demonstrate a true affection of care, concern, understanding, and forgiveness.
Love with humility will work wonders and that is the way to become children of God. -- Bro. Augustine
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