Loving your Enemies

Loving your Enemies

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  • Sports are our Rivalries
  • Ew! I don't want a Cowboys fan in my house! Get out!
  •  I'm more of a Dallas Cowboys fan!
  • Jesus teaching the way to love our enemies - Matthew 6: 5-8
  • Oh, yeah I guess I really should. I should think about others feelings before I speak next time.
  • Hello my son, I have come to tell you that you shouldn't have done that to your friend. Jimmy really was just expressing his personal opinion. You should always love your enemies like you love thy neighbor, you should apologize to him.
  • Friendly Rivalries
  • I like the Eagles but the Cowboys are just as good. Some of our players are just hurt, but once they get back, we'll beat you next time!
  • I'm a Cowboys fan, and I agree with you, we're just as good as you are, but next time won't be any different!
  • Jimmy and Rob are discussing what sport teams they like. Rob is an Eagles fan while Jimmy is a Cowboys fan this makes Rob mad. This goes to show that sports are our real rivalries.                                                                                                                                                                                                   Luke Longarini
  • Jesus wants us to love our enemies just like we love thy neighbor. "You have heard that it was said, 'Love your neighbor and hate your enemy." God doesn't want us to hate our enemies, but love them and treat them with respect no-matter what they do.
  • Jimmy and Rob are discussing Sports and they come across the topic of their favorite teams. Jimmy is a Cowboys fan while Rob is a Eagles fan. They agree that both of their teams hate each other but are equally skilled. They will not let sports rivalries ruin their friendship.
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