Who would have said “love your neighbors and hate your enemies”?
If you love your neighbors and hate your enemies, who are your neighbors?
If you love your neighbors and hate your enemies, who are your enemies?
How does someone demonstrate hate toward their enemies?
Might hate toward an enemy involve things described in Verses 21 through 22, Verse 32, Verses 34 through 37, and Verses 39 and 40?
Who is your enemy?
Who is the enemy of Christ?
Who is the enemy of the Lord’s church?
How do you love your enemy?
What do we do for enemies that makes us sons of God?
What makes someone our enemy?
What does the Lord imply by stating God makes the sun and rain available to the righteous and the unrighteous?
What is the challenge in not being like the tax collectors that love each other?
What relationship challenge is being presented in not just loving those that love you?
Who was capable of loving a tax collector in the days of Jesus?
What challenge would there be for someone who pays taxes to love a tax collector?
If we only greet our brothers then what type of people are greeting?
Does Jesus want us to associate with people that aren’t like us?
Does Jesus want us to be in union with people that aren’t like us?
Does Jesus want us to be associated with sinners?
Does Jesus want us to condone, support, or enable people that aren’t like us spiritually?
Does Jesus want us to make ourselves available to those that aren’t like us for the spread of the gospel?
Does Jesus want us to be open to those who are righteous but aren’t like us otherwise?