Sermons on “Pacifism”

By Whose Power – Chris Senkler

Moses was excluded from setting foot in the Promised Land because he supported God’s end goals yet was unwilling to follow the means God commanded to get to those ends. Moses trusted in his own strength and wisdom to achieve the end result that he believed God wanted. God desires for His people to follow God’s means and ways and allow for God to accomplish His goals by his wisdom and strength.

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Loving Our Enemies – Greg Boyd

Greg Boyd shares that the perfect picture of God’s love is demonstrated in Jesus’ self-sacrificial act of love on the cross for his enemies. Thus, when Jesus teaches in the Sermon on the Mount to love our enemies, he actually means it. Instead of retaliating against our enemies, followers of Jesus are to see our enemies as having unsurpassable worth, and to love them in the same way Jesus demonstrates his love for us.

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