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Monday, 30 October 2017
Despising Our Neighbor

It's easy to judge and look down on others who are not 'us', particularly if they are also our enemy. But enemies can be a lot smarter than us - and should be respected, rather than despised.

The natural un-regenerated man elevates himself and therefore despises his neighbors who are not like he is. We sometimes justify despising a person because he is our enemy or because of his sin.

This one can be a challenge, but is a commandment nonetheless!

Mitzvah N17

Posted By Michael Rudolph, 11:19am Comment Comments: 0