The Irrational God - I Don't Like You

Edmund Brooks

Many of us don’t think of having enemies—or if we do, we see them as distant (foreign terrorists, etc.). But an enemy is anyone who sets themselves against us—and there are many who do this. Jesus’ countrymen fully understood “enemy”, and were amazed that Jesus could say the way to treat these people was to love them. How do we do this? What does “loving your enemy” look like today?

The Irrational God - I Don't Like You Study Guide


July 27, 2014Randy Christian

We probably all have enemies, and the likelihood is we don’t like them! So, how do we act toward them? What does Jesus want to happen when we’re confronted with the desire–and the opportunity–for payback? What’s the one way we can insure our enemies don’t control us?