Luke 14until (See Scofield "Matthew 23:39") . Lord Jehovah. Psalms 118:26. kingdom See note, (See Scofield "Matthew 6:33") . hate All terms which define the emotions or affections are comparative. Natural affection is to be, as compared with the believer's devotedness to Christ, as if it were hate. See Matthew 12:47-50 where Christ illustrates this principle in His own person. But in the Lord the natural affections are sanctified and lifted to the level of the divine love (cf) ; John 19:26,27; Ephesians 5:25-28.
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