Enmity: Paul's Great Concern


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In Paul's day, though the amount of believers in Christ were but a very small fraction, yet they were the most spoken against and persecuted. The Romans, though they stood against the Christians,
secretly stood in awe of them. They thought of the acts and actions of the Christians a wonder as they saw them give of themselves in sacrifice to one another and their neighbors (Philippians 2:1-5). Though Christians strive for peace, standing ready to sacrifice for others, yet there was a great enmity against them and their personal relationship with God. Paul's concern was that this enmity would drive some away from Christ as it did to Jonah. This is a battle which can only be won supernaturally, it is a supernatural battle against a supernaturally endowed enemy. We are told to work this out with fear and trembling, come and listen to a testimony of the riches of Jesus Christ which enables us to do so. 1Co 2:7 But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, even the hidden wisdom, which God ordained before the world unto our glory.

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