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The gospels are books in the bible about Jesus ministry and Jesus life here on earth which is very significant reading to understand for being a Christian Jesus ministry is a guide to how to live ones life as a Christian in a troublesome world and Jesus focus on mostly about preaching on about loving one another like God does When people came to arrested Jesus in the garden he did not fight back to avoid being killed and this showed that he loves us and he was not violence In the Yoders reading The Way of Peace in a World at War he discusses about 1 John 316 which is about how Christ lay down his life so followers could lay down their lives for each other and this is what love is Jesus was a nonviolence person who expects his followers to be the same even though its hard to avoid violent in this world with being a Christian and trying to find peace withinJesus expected his followers to love one another including their enemy and that they needed to take up their own cross Jesus instructed his followers to love their enemy even if their enemies are wrong because God loves them and so should they This is example that Jesus promoted love because hating people will cause people to become hostility and violent which is not the purpose for us being here and serving God In Matthew 539-45 Jesus discusses about how to deal with evil and told his followers that if someone slaps you on the right side of the face turn your head and let them slap the left This verse is a teaching to help guide Christians deal with evil in this world and to live by Gods word The cross of Christians that they need to take up is the price of ones obedience to Gods love toward all people in a world ruled
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