In this teaching Bruce examines Luke 6: 27-38, the portion of “the Sermon on the Plain” that addresses relating to our enemies specifically. These verses are pointed reminders of how impossible it is to live out kingdom relationships without the empowering indwelling help of the Spirit of God. Loving, doing good, blessing, and praying for our enemies–even “loaning” to them without expecting any kind of re-payment–these are challenging commands from Jesus concerning the kind of love should mark His disciples, the kind of love that transforms enemies of the gospel like Saul of Tarsus into disciples like the Apostle Paul.

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