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The Divine Law of Loving Our Neighbor

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Announcements Forums Love — February 2nd, 2020 The Divine Law of Loving Our Neighbor

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    205 : 22-3
    When we realize that there is one Mind, the divine law of loving our neighbor as ourselves is unfolded; whereas a belief in many ruling minds hinders man’s normal drift towards the one Mind, one God, and leads human thought into opposite channels where selfishness reigns.

    This stood out today! So my lasting knowing must be One Mind that’s All. What a healing message, since the true sense of Loving is what frees us all!

    I am also grateful to learn that this highest way of loving does not mean ignoring wrong or covering it up; but because you want to strip the lie(be it behaviour, sin or sickness) from a neighbor, in order to behold their innocence and purity as God’s image and likeness, you rebuke if necessary to awaken a neighbor. That is Loving, as Jesus out of divine Love, strongly rebuked the money changers in the temple.

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