Ezekiel 7:23

(Read Ezekiel 7:23–27)

Whoever break the bands of God’s law, will find themselves bound and held by the chains of his judgments. Since they encouraged one another to sin, God would dishearten them. All must needs be in trouble, when God comes to judge them according to their deserts. May…

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Luke 6:31

Context Summary

Luke 6:27–36 continues Jesus’ teaching to a crowd about how His followers should live. He’s explained how those who are burdened in this life due to faithfulness will find relief and those who are satisfied due to their unfaithfulness will find eternal hardship (Luke 6:20–26). Here, He commands His followers to love their enemies, a theme He will expound upon when He speaks about judging others (6:37–42). This is possible if the promises of Luke 6:22–23 are true. After explaining that our actions come from our hearts, Jesus will invite the crowd to base their identity in Him (Luke 6:43–49). Matthew 5:38–48 also speaks of loving one’s enemies.

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Luke 6:31

31 “As you would like people to do to you, do exactly so to them.

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