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Can God Change the Hearts of Our Enemies?

Today, Ann’s post “How Would Jesus Pray?”(Seeking Divine Perspective) hit me so hard! Wow! This was my answer to prayer as I sought after God’s heart in preparation for this post. You can read Ann’s post here: https://seekingdivineperspective.com/2021/02/26/how-would-jesus-pray/

When we look at how the world is changing, and as we watch America’s enemies tear down our Christian heritage right before our eyes, do we think to follow God’s command to pray for our enemies? Jesus said,

“You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’  But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you,” Matthew 5:43-44 NIV

If you’re like me, that isn’t easy to do. I hope the following testimony of God’s love and grace will be the encouragement you need to believe that God can change anyone’s heart. Nothing is too hard for God. This is one story of thousands where God softened the hardest of hearts.

Let us pray for our enemies, believing in the power of All Mighty God to save and transform lives. Let us do it in obedience to God’s will.

With Love, Cindy

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16 thoughts on “Can God Change the Hearts of Our Enemies?”

  1. Great reminder Cindy. Thank you!
    Yes, it is hard to pray for our enemies. It is also necessary. But to pray to change the hearts of our enemies we must first pray that our own heart may be changed.

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      1. It truly is. My maternal grandfather was the associate warden of Leavenworth Penitentiary when he retired, after starting off as a prison guard in a different prison. He did not often talk about his work but when he did, it was apparent he did not see much that was positive in the prisons.

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