三月十二日经文: 「当爱你的邻舍。」（马太福音五：43） “爱你的邻舍”，或许他富有，你贫穷，你的小茅屋就在他壮丽的大厦旁边；你天天看到他的家私，他穿的是绫罗绸缎，吃的是珍馐美味；神赐给他这一切，所以你不要贪婪他的财富，也不要起嫉妒的心。若你不能改善自己的境遇，那末就当知足，不要看你的邻舍，也不要希望他像你一样。要爱他，那末你就不会羡慕恋人交换生 ，也不会嫉妒他了。
或许你说：“我不能爱我的邻舍，因为我所作的，他们却报之以怨尤和轻蔑。”但是你还能大大地爱他。你只愿作一个穿着轻便如羽毛似的军装的战士，而不愿作一个穿戴爱的厚重的甲胄斗士吗？最有果敢的人手骨爆裂 ，得胜必最多；若你的爱的道路崎岖，要大胆地踏过，仍要不为畏艰困地爱你的邻舍。把炭火堆在他们头上，zhz 若他们难以讨好神蜂精，就不要讨他们的好，要讨你主的好；他们蔑视了你的爱，主却不蔑视。你的行为既被主接纳就像被他们接纳一样阿森纳队歌 。爱你的邻舍，因为你这样作就是跟从了基督的脚踪。
Morning, March 12Scripture: “Thou shalt love thy neighbour.”(Matthew 5:43) “Love thy neighbour.” Perhaps he rolls in riches, and thou art poor, and living in thy little cot side-by-side with his lordly mansion; thou seest every day his estates, his fine linen嫂吟, and his sumptuous banquets; God has given him these gifts, covet not his wealth三聚净戒, and think no hard thoughts concerning him. Be content with thine own lot, if thou canst not better it, but do not look upon thy neighbour, and wish that he were as thyself. Love him, and then thou wilt not envy him. Perhaps, on the other hand, thou art rich, and near thee reside the poor. Do not scorn to call them neighbour. Own that thou art bound to love them. The world calls them thy inferiors. In what are they inferior? They are far more thine equals than thine inferiors, for “God hath made of one blood all people that dwell upon the face of the earth.” It is thy coat which is better than theirs, but thou art by no means better than they. They are men, and what art thou more than that天猫男人节 ? Take heed that thou love thy neighbour even though he be in rags, or sunken in the depths of poverty. But, perhaps, you say, “I cannot love my neighbours三字俗语 , because for all I do they return ingratitude and contempt.” So much the more room for the heroism of love. Wouldst thou be a feather-bed warrior,霍晓红 instead of bearing the rough fight of love? He who dares the most同里湖大饭店, shall win the most; and if rough be thy path of love, tread it boldly, still loving thy neighbours through thick and thin. Heap coals of fire on their heads, and if they be hard to please, seek not to please them, but to please thy Master; and remember if they spurn thy love, thy Master hath not spurned it, and thy deed is as acceptable to him as if it had been acceptable to them. Love thy neighbour, for in so doing thou art following the footsteps of Christ.