Love Viviane Freitas 15 Dec 2017 Love #8 : How To Love Those Who Bore Me 15 Dec 2017 Viviane Freitas Share this post Leave a message Cancel reply Connect with: Facebook Twitter Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name * Email * Comment 5 comentários Cory43 6th January 2018 at 13:12 We believe that just a expert paragrapher can genius academic fulfilled that’s nothing abbreviated of perfect http://rushessay-s.com/how-to-write-expository-essay/reading-through-educational-textual-content-2/ and brings the best results. Short essay on sportsman spirit. Every online essay journo in our network has a concentrated track-record of providing check in and penmanship aid to students. Pro racial profiling essay california See more Reply Natalie 25th December 2017 at 22:58 Something I got from this is learning to not only pray but to respect and not impose my own point of view on those who don’t like me, but rather give them space. By pushing my point and not letting them have their way, I am adding fuel to the fire for them not to like me. I have been overcoming grudges and hard feelings, and this action I learned will help them me to do even more to overcome it. See more Reply Wamppham 19th December 2017 at 13:44 Oh my goodness! an incredible article dude. Thank you Nevertheless I am experiencing concern with ur rss . DonвЂ™t know why Unable to subscribe to it. Is there anyone getting an identical rss drawback? Anyone who is aware of kindly respond. Thnkx Rexuiz FPS See more Reply priscilla 18th December 2017 at 10:24 Hi Mrs V, thank you for this message because many times I have found my self in that position feeling bad because someone have disappointed me. Now I have learned that it is not about the pain that is caused to me but, to do what God commanded us to do. Which is to love our enemies and praying for those who persecute us. See more Reply Buhle 29th January 2016 at 11:55 Good day Mrs Vivi thank you for sharing this message with us. I know that this was posted some months back but Gods message to us is never old. I just wanted to share that for sometime I had a big problem with giving, I felt as though I was being used so I began holding back, I must mention that during this time I kept on remembering and weird enough reading the scripture that Jesus spoke about giving, I would ignore the voice but it disturbed me. After a short time I went to God annoyed with this voice in my conscience and said; “God I don’t understand, I hear you say I must give but can you not see what is happening?” I became sincere with God and by the end of my prayer, I heard Gods voice, repented of my sin and asked the Holy Spirit to help me have the character of our Lord. I began giving again and because I saw it through the Lords eyes and honored Him because I loved Him, I felt like a weight was lifted of my shoulders. The command of God stood what I had to do was change my attitude and obey the will of God. After a month or so a friend shared her struggle with giving and she was also disturbed when she read the verse about giving the second tunic :-), I shared with her my experience and as we were talking I realized that closing my ears to the commandments of God brought so many problems, not giving came with bad eyes(because I thought I was being used), then envy(when the people I thought were using me bought something for themselves I thought, “how dare they”) and pride. I understood that when Jesus teaches us to be different from the world not religiously but in who we become, it may seem unfair but He is protecting us from many other ugly characteristics that may bring us to our demise. Jesus was nothing like the world and He teaches us to be different so that He can point to us as reference to those He is trying to save, which means my light should always be on and with the help of the Holy Spirit, it certainly will. Thank you for sharing this message, it reminded me that I always need to walk in the footsteps of Jesus. See more Reply The Kingdom of God #9 : How to enter The Kingdom of God? The Kingdom of God #8: What resembles The Kingdom of God?