Dear Christ,
Sometimes it’s really hard to love people, particularly when You ask me to love those who hate You and do evil things. Please show me. How can I hate evil and still love the haters?
Isn’t that what Paul did when he was in prison? In the worst of circumstances, he hated evil but continued to love. And You did the same, Jesus. When You were beaten, mocked, and crucified, You asked God to forgive Your enemies because they didn’t know what they were doing. That is pure love.

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Jesus, You are always in my heart, guiding me and leading me to be more like You. And for that reason, I have to pray for those who hate You and do evil things. I don’t love what they do, Lord — but I want them to know You, so I pray for them. I love them enough to ask that You will save them. 
Please, Lord Jesus, come into their hearts. Open their eyes to see You. They need You so much.

You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you. — Matthew 5:43-44 (NIV)

Almost in every aspect of our nation, Nigeria, the masses has been degraded and silenced. Politicians destroyed the institution for their own benefits, it made me to hate them to the extent that, i wish i have the required power to destroy them all. But then, i remember that, vengeance belong to God, He will avenge us at the appropriate time.

When Jesus was on the cross, He prayed for His enemies and asked God to forgive them. Can you love someone who hates the Lord or who willingly inflicts suffering like Nigeria's politicians? Love doesn’t mean that you accept acts of hatred and evil, but love requires that you pray for those most in need of salvation. 
Remember them when you pray, especially our President, at this critical time.

I personally know that, loving our enemies is far from easy, right? Praying for them may feel unnatural at first, but as we begin to love and pray for them, we will begin to see them as Christ does. Christ had the world against Him, yet He relentlessly loved, lived, and died for everyone.

Jesus Christ died for everyone, not just Christians but every human being from the seed of Abraham.
Let love lead especially at this critical time.
God bless you.

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