1. The Culture Part 7: Loving our Enemies presented By Chris Stark

    42:58

    from NewLifeChurch Added 26 0 0

    Matthew 5:38 – 48 “Do not resist an evil person.” Matthew 5:39 In life we will always encounter difficult people. How do we respond to Jesus’ teaching and to difficult people? Rise above Revenge "You have heard that it was said, 'Eye for eye, and tooth for tooth.' 39 But I tell you, In the Old Testament this law was intended to be a law of mercy; and it was designed to rule out escalating revenge and violence. Don’t embrace the methods of revenge and retaliation in your personal relationships Let Radical Love and Forgiveness Guide All Our Relationships http://www.newlifechurch.co.za/index.php?option=com_preachit&id=23:the-culture&view=series&Itemid=97 newlifechurch.co.za

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    • "Burning Sage"

      21:23

      from Dale Fredrickson Added 55 0 0

      September 25th, 2011 Dale C. Fredrickson Rifle United Methodist Presbyterian Church

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      • Chapel 2/9/12 Brian Kahout (North Raleigh Christian Student Life Director)

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        from Wesleyan Education Center Added 12 0 0

        Brian spoke to Wesleyan's student body about relationships...the opposite of bullying. How we can follow Christ's example through our Words, our Silence and our Attitudes as it relates to loving God and loving Others.

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        • "I'm Supposed to Love Who??... Seriously?!!" Matthew 5:43-48

          47:50

          from Harvest Bible Chapel Calgary Added 17 0 0

          In this sermon Pastor Trevor Peacock teaches that we are supposed to love all people - even our enemies.

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          • Upsetting the World Q&A session #2

            30:16

            from Ligonier Ministries Added

            From the 2000 Ligonier National Conference with R.C. Sproul, Sinclair Ferguson, Al Martin, and Joni Eareckson Tada. Moderated by Paul Sailhamer.

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