Tuesday, November 3, 2009
This coming Sunday I will be preaching from Romans 12.9-21. One thing that sticks out to me right away is verse 9 that says: "Let love be genuine; hate what is evil, hold fast to what is good." How do we hate evil? Some people have taken words like this and ended up hating people that they would describe as evil. Also, they have hated things that they think are evil. As Christians-----how do we hate rightly? (I understand that statement seems almost impossible to say) But seriously, what should we be hating and how do we hate that in the right way? What do you all think?