Romans 12:20 nlt

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 Feeding our enemies and showing compassion for them
may make them think about their actions.  
By sharing what you have and showing love for them  
they may turn around and repent and no longer be enemies.  
Sometimes doing small things changes a person’s life in a big way.

Have you seen changes in someone’s life because of kindness shown them?
Has someone’s kindness helped you change your life?

Blessings this day of grace,patricia (2)

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Psalm 9:3 niv

fall

There are many different kinds of enemies we face.
Some come from the outside and some from within.
There are those we fight only once and others we fight often, even daily.
We don’t fight alone.  God is right there with us.
And God has never lost a fight.  The enemy is always defeated.

Sometimes I think the enemies I face are too big. 
For me alone they are but they are like ants to God.

Do you, like me, sometimes forget that we are not on the battlefield alone?

Blessings this day of grace,

patricia

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Psalm 138:7 nlt

fog-267978_640There are many different kinds of enemies that trouble us.
Some enemies are people we may or may not know
who want to harm us because of what we look like, 
where we live or worship,
who our family and friends are, what we have or what we lack.

But there are enemies that are more personal; finances and relationships,
physical illness and disability, mental and emotional problems that plague us.
We need not fear our enemies, whoever or whatever they are, for God is with us.

What enemies are you facing today?
Will you remember that God is bigger than they are and is at your side?

Blessings this day of grace,

patricia

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Matthew 5:44 kjv

crown-anemone-283796_640Four things we are to do:  
Love–Bless–Do good–Pray.
All for our enemies.
Just like Jesus.

How are you doing in being like Jesus?
Do you think these four things were easier for Him?

Blessings this day of grace,

patricia

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Isaiah 50:8-9 niv

law

There are many who accuse and condemn the servant.
He is not afraid.  
He knows who helps him and defends him.  
He tells his accusers to stand up and look him in the eye.
He knows they will be ragged and weak before the last words are said.
The accusers will be destroyed.

When you are accused or condemned do you hide in fear of your adversary?  
When you are wrongly accused do you know your advocate is Jesus?

Blessings this day of grace,

patricia

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