Does it seem counterintuitive to “do good to the enemy”? Why, or why not?
No it doesn't - always follow the golden rule - do unto others as you would have them do to you.
Thanks for the question, have a gr8 night
Doing good, loving and turning the other cheek all have to do with assuming the viewpoint of abundance and creation -- as children of God.
When you do not, you are assuming the viewpoint of scarcity, victim and "at-effect-ness."
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