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Please, brothers and sisters, please consider the price one may have paid for the oil in their alabaster box before you respond to a question. I see some pretty rough responses out there. Please, let's walk and talk in love. God Bless.

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 ---robyn on 1/2/06
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What if God tells you when someone is doing you wrong and for me to watch my steps.
---catherine on 6/15/07

We can so distort God's love that we will end up with a god that is always soft, smiling, indulgent, kind and impotent. This simply must not be or we have invented an IDOL, a false god- most probably the only kind of god we will have anything to do with. We do indeed rejoice in the love of God but His love is a holy and not a cheap, mushy sentimentalism which is good and kind to all and that allows sinners to defy the Almighty without punishment.
---catherine on 6/15/07

Robyn, I like the way you put that. We should be love professionals. In other words, we should be known by our love for each other.
---John on 6/14/07

I agree, but we are also to correct people when wrong or against the Bible. I am not judging or being harsh, as some may see it, but rather preaching the TRUTH. ONLY the TRUTH will set you free. My desire is for all to be free from the lies of Satan, only because I DO care so much for people. This is TRUE LOVE.
---Leslie on 1/3/07

I agree, we may need to put their sandals on our own feet before we respond. We never know what is motivating them, but that is up to GOD to judge. Our comments/advice may be a turning point for them, one way or another.
---irhnow on 2/9/06

Eloy ... Yes God will take good care of you and take appropriate care of those who do you wrong. God will take good care of me and appropriate care of those who do me wrong. He will take good care of Elder and take appropriate care of those who do him wrong. But it is for God, not us, to decide who does us wrong, and what "doing us wrong" is. Disagreement with our views is not doing us wrong
---alan8869_of_UK on 1/3/06

Jesus tells us that there are wolves in sheeps clothing, and that there will be scoffers and those who malign us, just like they did to him. But God will take care of them, he always does. i am God's, and he proves his love to me; experience has taught me that God takes good care of those who do me good, and he will also take care of those who do me wrong.
---Eloy on 1/3/06

I know I have said some things that were rough before. For that I do apologize to anyone I have offended or hurt. Unfortunately, I admit that at those times I was having a bad day and therefore responded inappropriately. So once again, I do apologize and will try to be more gentle.
---Melissa on 1/3/06

Darlene, I understand your statement about Biblical truths, and I agree. It's the personal comments I have issue with.
---Robyn on 1/3/06

Love and pride are like oil and water. They don't mix. Right dog? Hey dog, cool it! Down boy! Need a biscuit?
---Ralph on 1/3/06

Robyn, what a sweet thought. Sometimes the truth sounds harsh in an attempt to corect error. Jesus wasn't always soft and kind,he took a whip to the money changers. Honest answers based on the Bible must carry truth and sometimes the truth hurts. I believe a person who loves the most will be the most honest they can in order to help not hurt. Love cares what happens to others.

Moderator - Darlene, please put a space after your periods so I don't have to edit.
---Darlene_1 on 1/2/06

In this life we have a limited perspective on what LOVE-True Agape love is. We must also know that LOVE and FREEDOM are the two most abused words in the english language. Everything from immoral fornication to emotionally sick relationships I.E. co-dependency are called 'love.' Discernment in all things. The Antidogma has spoken.
---The_Antidogma on 1/2/06

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