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September 08, 2010


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Eric Hyom

You will never look into the eyes of anyone who does not matter to God. That includes when you look into the mirror.

When Jesus spent his time on Earth, he would have lived by the greatest commandments, he could do nothing greater. But how did Jesus love all his neighbours as he loves himself? How did Jesus look at the man who was nailing him to the cross and love him as he loves himself?

We know that Jesus prayed on the cross; forgave them Father. To forgive is a great thing to do; but loving someone as you love yourself seems so far above just forgiving them. Could the ‘Forgiveness of Sins Hang on the Greatest Commandments?’ All the law of God hangs and depends on the greatest commandments.

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