Think No Evil
Love, Paul tells us, thinks no evil. We on the other hand love evil, and so think it all too often. We think ourselves wise, that we can peer into the souls of our family, friends and neighbors. We discern evil motives, then pass judgment. And relationships are destroyed. In this conversation we are encouraged to practice a judgment of charity toward others, and a judgment of skepticism not only of our own motives, but of our ability to read the motives of others. In this conversation we get to the heart of what causes tongues to wag, and remember that we will be known as His disciples by our love for each other.
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