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Why has Jesus placed other humans

around us? So we can judge them? Or ENJOY them? Just as they are? Just as He’s created them? Are we Christians judges/competitors, or ENJOYers? Did Jesus really command us to love our “enemies” — humans most different from ourselves?

— Dave McCarty, GospelFriendships, normally judge/competitor of all, except when freshly convicted of functioning as an atheist — alone and in charge of his life, obsessed with evaluating others

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