Loving Your Enemy #10 – By: Carrie LeBlanc

Love your enemy. Continue to seek the good in them. If God took the time to create them then they must have some kind of good in them. Don’t give up until you find it.

Even Jesus did this with Judas Iscariot. Jesus knew all along that Judas was going to betray Him but He still showed compassion, love, and allowed him to be one of His Disciples. Regardless, Jesus chose to see the good in him as He does with all of us.

Researched on 51 Ways To Love Your Enemies